Whether you want to re-organize and declutter your living space or simply design a more effective home office, (or avoid costly mistakes when doing any home remodeling), Kathryn Weber can show you how, in her book, Living Space: Simple Steps to Transform Your Home [Kindle Edition]. Living Space is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) guide to re-organizing your home in ways that support your wants and needs. Weber helps you creates better energy, the feng shui way.
Do you want to lead a happy life or a meaningful life? Why not both? Sometimes, happiness and meaningfulness are at odds.Roy Baumeister (author of WillPower), Kathleen Vohs, Jennifer Aaker (author of The Dragonfly Effect), and Emily Garbinsky teamed up to bring us Some Key Differences between a Happy Life and a Meaningful Life.
This is a very special guest post by Joanne McEachen of The Learner First, and author of 8 Must-Ask Questions to Get the Best Education for YOUR child – and How to Evaluate the Answers. This is also a special opportunity to potentially replicate some of the outstanding results that Joanne produced for more than 400 schools in New Zealand.
Should you focus on incremental changes or disruptive innovation? If you simply keep making small, incremental improvements, can you survive or thrive in the market? According to Luke Williams, you can’t. In the book, Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business, Luke Williarms argues that to survive and thrive in the market, you need to BE the disruptive change and be the only one who does what you do.
Here are the elements of fun according to Professor Kevin Werbach. Professor Kevin Werbach teaches gamification. He knows a lot about how to bring the use of game elements and game techniques to non-game contexts.
In The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking, Edward B. Burger and Michael Starbird explain how smart people solve hard problems.