Thought Leaders - Page: 15

Teaching Girls to Code

A failed congressional campaign inspired Reshma Saujani to launch Girls Who Code, a non-profit that seeks to address the gender gap in technology.

Amy S. Choi

Why Being a Workaholic Is Counterproductive

Advice from a productivity expert on how to take some time away from your smartphone.

Joe Robinson

PopTech's Andrew Zolli on Resilience and Solving World Problems

The executive director of PopTech, which hosts an annual conference in Camden, Maine, talks about trends in social entrepreneurship and how to thrive amid disruption.

Amy S. Choi

How Positive Thinking Can Make You a Better Problem Solver

The science behind how negative feelings can actually prevent you from thinking clearly and making creative decisions. We speak with Prof. Barbara Fredrickson, who studies how to reframe adversity and be more effective.

Joe Robinson

Encouraging Kids to Master Their Fears and Other Tips This Week

How to instill entrepreneurial skills in your children, get through a disaster and more: our best tips of the week.

The Truth About Multitasking: How Your Brain Processes Information

Think you're making the most of your time by writing e-mails as you talk on the phone? Cognitive scientist David Meyer unmasks the illusion behind the counterproductive habit of multitasking.

Joe Robinson

The 'White African' and Nairobi's Tech Hub

Erik Hersman, son of American missionaries, talks about developing an ecosystem for entrepreneurs in Kenya's flourishing tech community.

Amy S. Choi