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Turns Out, Those Who Like Being Alone Can Be More Creative

Why taking time for solitude benefits you and your brain.

Emily Conklin

· 2 min read

5 Ways to Make AI Work for Your Organization

Leaderships needs to understand technology before companies attempt to capitalize on its potential.

Ben Reuveni

· 7 min read

The $250,000 Tax Credit You Could Be Using for Your Business

The federal R&D tax credit allows qualified small businesses to claim up to $250,000 per fiscal year.

Michael Nierstedt

· 4 min read

5 Ways to Do Original Research Faster and More Cheaply

Recycling existing ideas (with subtle new twists) is easy, but what customers really want is new data they've never seen before.

· 6 min read

Stop Glorifying 'Winging It' and Make a Plan

Staying focused on whatever is the next thing gets you nowhere without a plan. Preparation and analysis are key for any business leader.

Daniel Neiditch

· 6 min read

Why Mark Zuckerberg Recently Warned Entrepreneurs Against Chasing 'Eureka!' Moments

Just because you like an idea doesn't mean anyone else does.Follow these three steps to make sure your product will fly.

Q Manning

· 5 min read

How Genetic Engineering Fixed My Stupid Back

Decades worth of the genetic research helped create the treatments that finally cured my back.

Evan Dashevsky

· 6 min read

Why Would We Expect Wearables to Get Calories Right When We Usually Don't?

A recent study from Stanford shows that wearable devices are pretty terrible at tracking calories.

Stephen J. Bronner

· 3 min read

How Entrepreneurs Can Conduct Primary Market Research

The entrepreneurship community has lagged behind in incorporating primary market research into startup formation, which is a significant missed opportunity.

Bill Aulet

· 7 min read

New Study Reveals That 'Night Owls' May Have a Special Genetic Variant

Staying up late may not be your fault -- you were born that way.

Rose Leadem

· 2 min read

3 Marketing Lessons I Learned From Chasing Fugitives

The CBS show 'Hunted' is, at its core, all about getting into the minds (and computers and phones) of strangers -- sound familiar?

Katherine Keller

· 4 min read