Technology

Innovation Now

How to Train Your Brain for Success

In our quest for peak productivity, new technology presents new opportunities to train our brains for success.

How to Turn Scientific Research Into a Thriving Startup

Nanohydr8 CEO Adam Legas explains how his nano-tech sports drink became a reality.

Technology Is Changing Insurance for The Better

An entire industry has become both more efficient and secure.

Technologists Are Creating Artificial Intelligence to Help Us Tap Into Our Humanity. Here's How (and Why).

New AI tools like Cogito aim to remind us how to be 'human,' issuing reminders and alerts for empathy and compassion.

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Learn How To Automate Your Workflow With Microsoft Excel

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Supermodel Karlie Kloss's Lesson to Young Women: Never Be Afraid to Ask Questions!

The Project Runway host built a coding school, Kode With Klossy, to inspire a generation of tech-savvy women. But her real mission, she says, is much broader.
News and Trends

Why Biohacking Is the Latest Major Startup Trend

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Email

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Design

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8 Must-Have Apps for Cannabis Entrepreneurs

As the cannabis industry continues to expand, mobile apps are springing up to help entrepreneurs run their businesses more efficiently.
Leadership

Your Company Sucks at Meetings: Use These 7 Tips to Get Better.

It's not too late to make them brief, valuable and relevant to your productivity.
Innovation Now

Amazon Is Signaling a Major Workforce Trend: Here's How to Act on It.

Three steps for hiring and retaining with the future of automation in mind
Podcasts

How Do You Disrupt AI, IoT, AR, VR and Blockchain? With Lots of Beer and BBQ.

Mike Koenigs sits down with Austin-based tech wizard Andy Timm.
Influencers

Danielle Bernstein of WeWoreWhat Desperately Needed a Project Management System Geared Towards Influencers, so She Raised Over $1 Million and Built It Herself. Here's How.

The Instagram influencer leveraged 2.2 million Instagram followers and $1.2 million in seed funding from investors like fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff.