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A legacy of inspiration through data

By On February 10, 2017

When looking for inspiration or a mood pick-me-up, data is not what comes to mind. However, any frequenter of TED would have heard of Professor Hans Rosling, the man who used data… Read More


Creative marketing strategies for the Christmas season

By On December 23, 2016

Over the holiday season, marketers rack their brains to find creative ways of capitalising on increased consumer spending.  Holiday discounts are frequently used to take advantage of the festive spirit, from Boxing… Read More


How to have breakthrough conversations

By On December 19, 2016

The late psychologist Marshall Rosenberg believed that to have meaningful, ‘breakthrough’ conversations, you need to find a way to identify and meet each participant’s needs. To do this, he developed a widely… Read More


The key to happiness: purchase experience rather than things

By On December 2, 2016

Have you ever found that the satisfaction from material things fades away quickly and leaves you wanting more and more? “One of the enemies of happiness is adaptation.” Says Dr. Gilovich from… Read More


How to recharge your brain

By On November 15, 2016

Do you often feel stressed, tired or drained? Maybe your brain needs a rest. Scientists point out that when people keep their brains busy with digital input, they are forfeiting downtime that… Read More

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How to avoid important information slipping through your fingertips

By On October 7, 2016

Social media like Twitter and Facebook provide us with information at our fingertips. However, most of us quickly forget most of the information broadcast to us. Forget to write down the headline… Read More

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How Airbnb came to dominate the hospitality industry

By On September 16, 2016

Created to build a network business allowing people to rent out spare space, Airbnb has pushed into more than 190 markets in just eight years. According to The New York Times, it… Read More


The effect of noise on productivity and how to reduce it

By On July 1, 2016

Whether it’s traffic, construction work or just the office hum, noise is a normality in the workplace, but we aware of the negative effects? We all know that noise stops us sleeping… Read More


Is success found in sleep?

By On June 15, 2016

If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you have to learn to sacrifice. Sacrifice on activities you love, and on essential things that we know are important. This is unfortunately the… Read More


Strength in Simplicity

By On June 10, 2016

We naturally overcomplicate. This is because we have a desire to appear the smartest person in the room. We want to sound impressive, to be totally in control of the information that… Read More