The Inuit Don't Shout at Their Children – So Why Do We? 5 Important Takeaways From Google's Two Year Study Of Remote Work.
According to a 2018 survey conducted by Bankrate, more than half of millennials are figuring out how to make money at home by embracing a side hustle — also known as a 5-to-9, also known as extra cash to help pay off debt, buy all the serums your skin can soak up, and otherwise enjoy your life.
Some MIT students build rockets, some build software… others? They drink wine. Lots of it. So much so, that 2 guys built an algorithm that evaluates your favorite foods to predict wines you’ll like. Take the quiz to see the top wines you’re most likely to enjoy. Even better? They're giving Pocket readers a credit to try their wines. Must be 21+.
The 2008 financial crisis taught me about the illusion of control, and how to give it up.
Recently, the folks at Google published their findings from a two year study they conducted on remote work. The company is certainly in a good position to study this, as a full 30% of the meetings held there involve at least two time zones.
It was meant to be a vision of how we will all live in future - a smart city built from the internet up - offering citizens the chance to experience the very latest technology.
It’s time to end the tyranny of open-concept interior design.
Is fish oil really just snake oil?
The western idea that rage is an emotion that needs to be set free is not universally shared
When Amazon was in trouble back in 2001, Jeff Bezos called professor and Good to Great author Jim Collins — and became his best student ever.
One of the biggest mistakes we make is that we assume we always learn from our mistakes. I’ve met enough people who learned little from their own stupidity. We all know these people. In fact, we probably are these people. You know why? It’s damned hard to learn from your mistakes.