It’s in the news almost every week now – some new artificial intelligence program surprises scientists by doing something they didn’t think would be possible for a generation. And while the possibilities for better health care, transport, and scientific breakthroughs are fascinating and inspiring, there is also going to be a huge process of adaptation […]
Recent graduates are faced with disappointment in a college experience that implicitly promised a marketable skill and good money. Unfortunately, the ROI of a traditional degree pales in comparison to the alternative.
These days, virtual work environments are becoming more and more commonplace. But how do you work in such an unconventional environment? It’s not as easy as you might think.
I’ve worked from home for over 10 years, the first seven of which were for somebody else and the past three have been for myself.
During that decade, I’ve learned a ton of lessons, many of which were acquired through the painful crucible of failure.
Disney theme parks are filled with magical moments. You can see it in the faces of every kid and kid at heart. The secret making Disney magic is simple.
Disney creates wonder for millions of visitors and they make it look easy. It all comes back to people. By hiring the right people, Disney establishes a strong foundation of talented, passionate people to deliver a signature experience for park visitors.
But a slow, intentional hiring process is only the beginning.
The day after Christmas is cold. Bitterly cold. And unseasonably cruel. It haunts you like an apparition that never comes.
It teases: Next year will be better.
It lies: If you had only gotten what you wanted.
The crumpled paper and candy wrappers litter the floor like confetti. The living room looks like a circus. If you’re honest, it kind of was.