MY GRANDMA GAVE ME the illustrated Bible on the left. There was a lot of tumult in the household growing up, and during those times she’d say, ‘Rodney, this is part of your education.’ I made the ‘light suit’ on top for my crazy rescue dog.
A device that cooks unwanted flying bugs with a laser beam will be tested against an insect that has decimated Florida’s orange production.
All businesses exist for the same purpose — to gain and retain customers profitably in order to create shareholder value. It is, and needs to be, that simple! Strong companies always ‘KISS’ to thrive. Companies experiencing chaos need to start KISSing again.
Andy Stumpf’s blog about the death of his friend, SEAL Team 6 operator, as read in congress on CSPAN
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Consumer watchdog groups have denounced the pending AT&T and Time Warner merger, claiming that it would put too much power in the hands of too few.
They needn’t worry. Powerful hands are losing their grip. The gig economy, low financing rates and speedier technology have created a more accessible marketplace that requires less trust-busting by federal officials.
An academic trailblazer, Dr. Debbie Berebichez made history in 2004 when she became the first Mexican-born woman to earn a Ph.D. in physics at Stanford. Today she is the Chief Data Scientist at Metis, a data science bootcamp with multiple locations across the US as well as online resources. She is also the co-host of the Discovery Channel’s Outrageous Acts of Science TV show and a regular guest expert on CNN, Nova, and other shows.
Nolan Bushnell’s Chuck E. Cheese, Silicon Valley Startup: The Origins of the Best Pizza Chain Ever – The Atlantic
This great American franchise, and by extension, childhood itself, almost never existed.
You may not know this, but Chuck E. Cheese’s — yes, the pizza place — has its origins as firmly planted in the soil of Silicon Valley as Apple, HP, or Intel. In fact, it sprang from Nolan Bushnell’s Atari like Athena to the videogame company’s Zeus.
If “storytelling” is a common buzzword in the business world, it’s for good reason—narratives make for effective communication. But the practice has become a victim of its own success. Suddenly, it’s as though everyone fancies themselves “storytellers” but without really knowing what a story is or how to tell one.
I’ve trained thousands of executives on storytelling, so I’ve seen pretty much every storytelling mistake someone can possibly make. Here are the four most common slip-ups that turn otherwise capable speakers into ineffective storytellers.
By Judy Woodruff for PBS Economist Todd Buchholz rails against what America has become: a people who want everything but aren’t willing to pay for it. In “The Price of Prosperity,” he suggests that wealthy nations such as the U.S. inflict harm on themselves, even cause their own demise, by racking up debt, having fewer […]