Research

The Right (and Wrong) Way to Be Influenced by Data

Great data analysis might just give you a leg up when it comes to pitching your ideas.

Peter Mulford

Be. Do. Go.

Dreams are built of firmer things than feelings and passing passion.

The Epoch Times

One Thing You Should Never Skip When Planning Your Course or Training Program

Why the decision of conducting user research and learning needs assessments can make or break your program.

Ana Santos

How to Grow Your Business When Customer Behaviors Change

When customers seem unpredictable, these strategies will help you use their behaviors to your advantage.

Marco Ludwig

Why Carson Palmer Still Studies and Criticizes His Professional Performance

The former NFL quarterback has carried the sports habit into the business world, and it helps him identify his own strengths and weaknesses.

Google Is Rewarding Users for Sharing Coronavirus Symptoms

Do you have a fever of at least 100 degrees, a cough and a sore throat? Google is asking on behalf of Carnegie Mellon University.

In Technology, Entrepreneurs Must Take the Biggest Shots to Make the Biggest Gains

Here's how "moonshot thinking" can transform entrepreneurship - and three areas it could benefit the most.

Mark Minevich

Here Are the Three Types of Arrogance, According to a New Study

A team of psychology researchers broke down the idea of arrogance into three distinct levels.

Sheila McClear

Report: 52 Percent of People Ask Themselves This Question Before Pursuing an Idea

A new report asked 20,000 people from almost every country in the world how they come up with their ideas. Here's what they said.

Have You Done Enough Research to Start Your Business?

The more your know about your potential industry, the better.

Brian Tracy

5 Science-Backed Ways to Boost Your Creativity

These tips could revolutionize your approach to new ideas.

Hayden Field