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  • The art of introducing yourself before making a presentation: some tipsThe art of introducing yourself before making a presentation: some tips May 29, 2017 INFOGRAPHIC: Even in situations where you are introduced to the audience by someone else, you will need to make a personal version before you get into the heart of the matter. This portion of your talk will set the mood for the audience. Do it well and you will have them with you; flub the job and your message will… (38)
  • History of the world in 20 minutesHistory of the world in 20 minutes May 29, 2017 VIDEO: First published on 10 May 2017, this unusual video has already racked up over 20 million views on YouTube. The video starts us off in the nothingness of the pre-Big Bang era, and then suddenly the universe happens. From there, the video is off and running. It moves through the history of life on Earth, dinosaurs and finally human… (32)
  • Keeping a conversation going: 
tips and strategiesKeeping a conversation going: 
tips and strategies June 12, 2017 VIDEO INFOGRAPHIC: How do you think of questions to ask people in a casual conversation? It can be hard to come up with them when you’re talking to someone new, and even sometimes when you’re speaking with an old friend. Here are some strategies for making conversations interesting. It takes practice, like all skills. While such planning may seem “artificial,”… (31)
  • Living a rewarding life: 7 guideposts to leading an "examined life"Living a rewarding life: 7 guideposts to leading an “examined life” May 15, 2017 INFOGRAPHIC: Socrates said that the unexamined life is not worth living. Quite often the introspection and analysis occurs at the end of life -- too late to do anything about it. The examination should start early and be a lifelong process. This infographic lists 7 important facets. SOURCE: Business Insider (31)
  • There is no basis for the popular belief that we only use 10 percent of our brainThere is no basis for the popular belief that we only use 10 percent of our brain May 22, 2017 VIDEO: Let’s get one thing out of the way: humans use more than 10 percent of our brains. This isn’t a surprise to a lot of people, but there’s more to the science of our cognitive potential than knowing that it can’t be true that 90 percent of our gray matter is inactive. The claim has been around for a… (22)
  • Why brainstorming doesn't work -- and what will insteadWhy brainstorming doesn’t work — and what will instead June 5, 2017 VIDEOIt's impossible to fit a label on this magical video. It's like nothing you would have ever seen before on the topic of generating and executing new ideas. The talk addresses a common pattern: "You think of an idea, you come up with a plan, and then revise your original idea to fit a great plan, and then, and only… (21)
  • Lucidchart: a versatile, easy-to-use, online flowchart maker for allLucidchart: a versatile, easy-to-use, online flowchart maker for all May 22, 2017 UTILITY/ WEBSITE : Diagrams done right. An online diagram application makes it easy to sketch and share professional flowchart diagrams. From brainstorming to project management, Lucidchart supports all of your communication needs. SOURCE: Lucidchart (20)
  • Are humans getting smarter or less intelligent?Are humans getting smarter or less intelligent? June 5, 2017 VIDEO: Never before have we been more productive, better educated, or more technologically savvy. At different times and in different ways, we get competing impressions as to whether humanity collectively is getting smarter or less intelligent than before.If you look at IQ as the most vital metric, it’s been rising globally over time; global IQ has risen 20 points since… (19)
  • Looking to acquire a new skill? Make sure it is future-proofLooking to acquire a new skill? Make sure it is future-proof June 5, 2017 INFOGRAPHIC: The best skill to learn is: One that will be extremely valuable in the future You are naturally good at and That few other people are learning This is a hard task because you have to predict the future for two situations SOURCE: Inc/ Quora (19)
  • How verbs and nouns got Apollo to the moonHow verbs and nouns got Apollo to the moon June 19, 2017 VIDEO: The Apollo guidance computer did a lot with a little. We are constantly reminded that the computer used for this historic event had less power than a modern smartphone. Yes, a smartphone can hold more information but it doesn’t exactly have the software to get you to the Moon. But the comparatively weaker Apollo guidance computer (AGC) did, and… (19)
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