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We have the potential to get happier (and more successful) as we get older. Here’s how

By Next Big Idea Club     April 20, 2022 Arthur C. Brooks is an American social scientist, the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School. He has authored eleven books, including the bestsellers Love Your Enemies and The … Continue reading We have the potential to get happier (and more successful) as we get older. Here’s how

Bitcoin Treasury – Here’s the Firms Holding BTC on Their Balance Sheet

Gary McFarlane Last updated: 13 April 2022 Perhaps one of the best indicators of the mainstreaming of crypto is the appearance of bitcoin on the balance sheets of publicly listed companies. With help from bitcointreasuries.org we have taken a look at the institutional landscape in this regard. Many of the corporate top holders are companies … Continue reading Bitcoin Treasury – Here’s the Firms Holding BTC on Their Balance Sheet

The old way of interviewing for jobs is dead. Here’s how to play by the new rules

By Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger   March 04, 2022   Ross was tired and frustrated. He’d spent six months battling Zoom fatigue, going on job interview after job interview, always hopeful and always getting the same result: “Thank you, but you’re not the right fit for us. We wish you luck in your search.” … Continue reading The old way of interviewing for jobs is dead. Here’s how to play by the new rules

I work a 9-to-5 job from a mountainside van. Here’s how I do it

By Laura Tiensuu   February 20, 2022 After putting the finishing touches on our newly renovated, 2004 Sprinter van, my partner and I set off to see if the “digital nomad” lifestyle was as attainable as the influencers on Instagram make it appear. The short answer? It’s not. But with a supportive employer, preparation, and … Continue reading I work a 9-to-5 job from a mountainside van. Here’s how I do it

Work, as we knew it, is overrated. Here’s a better way to look at it

By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Becky Frankiewicz   February 17, 2022   Although human beings have hardly changed in 200,000 years of evolution, our relationship with work has undergone profound changes, even during the last century. Jobs have grown in complexity, careers have become less predictable, and talent has become multidimensional, harder to judge, find, and … Continue reading Work, as we knew it, is overrated. Here’s a better way to look at it