Hugh Herr has a vision of a world where there’s no such thing as “disabled.” It’s my dream too. You can hear some of his ideas here in a TED Talk. Be warned … it may bring a tear to your eye.
“Sarcasm requires a cognitive capacity to understand flexibility of thinking and how words can be interpreted. It is a particular type of social intelligence that not everyone uses or grasps.” Professor Adam Galinsky, Columbia Business School
Take a moment to be thankful. Watch this film (1:08): “What’s your most boring job?”
Andy Murray says: “It can be good to let your emotions show on court.” Just on court? Come on! Our possibilities are endless.
Stephen Hawking’s daughter, Lucy, describes dinner parties at her house as a child when a host of her father’s colleagues would gather and discuss extraordinary topics. She remembers that “as a child you could ask any question you wanted – and get a reply.” Imagine that. Your very own Internet. Brilliant.
“It is better to remain silent at the risk of being thought a fool, than to talk and remove all doubt of it.” Maurice Switzer.
Jenk Oz is the CEO of iCoolKid, a lifestyle website for children aged between eight and 15. Pretty incredible in itself. And his genius isn’t limited to his website. He’s happy to share his experience and offer business advice for other budding entrepreneurs. His main suggestion is to form an “ideas board of directors” …… Read More Learning from everyone …
A little self-indulgence, if I may on my own website, on a special day for two special people who I love … “No sooner met but they looked, no sooner looked but they loved, no sooner loved but they sighed, no sooner sighed but they asked one another the reason, no sooner knew the reason… Read More No sooner …