One of the criticisms to Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead , is that her success is due in part to extraordinary opportunities that many of us simply do not have, including wealth, an Ivy education, and a A-list network. Ms.
From Seth Godin to Guy Kawasaki: Tips for Mining Your Hidden Talents > January 24, 2013 Stop hiding your talents because of fear. Take a deep breath, unveil your talents and kickstart your dreams, today. Bruna Martinuzzi, Recent Posts Guy Kawasaki Explains How Anyone Can Become an Entrepreneur > January 08, 2013 Guy Kawasaki shares three valuable lessons for any entrepreneur or author. Max Nisen, Business Insider , Recent Posts The Ultimate New Year’s Resolution? > December 19, 2012 If you make one resolution this year, this should be it.
Would you like this (or any) content less if a robot had written it? The media is filled with news items abut how robots and algorithms are taking the work away from real, kind and personable human beings. That is one train of thought (personally, I'm offering a different perspective over on my We, Robots blog, which looks at augmentation over automation of all things robotics, 3D printing, telepresence and more). It's scary to think that one day, you may read an article in a magazine or newspaper or online that had no human intervention. No humanity, no personalized style and more. That future is here.