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Three Reasons You Need To Say ‘No’ More Often
I'm a career coach who helps job seekers find their purpose an...
The lights came up on the stage, and I was about to make my entrance before the audience as a producer ran up behind me and
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President Trump Defends Health Care Bill
At the joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Trump discusses the future of the American Health Care Act.
Arctic Frontiers - Norway's Arctic Arena
Kåre R. Aas
Ambassador of Norway to the United States
Keeping It ZEN: From Elephants To Education
Carol J. Carter
Author and student success expert
TEDWomen 2016 Lineup Announced
Editorial Director of TEDWomen
The Burnout Is Real: Is Diversity and Inclusion In Tech Just A Myth?
Lisa Mae Brunson
Social Innovator, CEO and Founder, Wonder Women Tech
In our hearts, we understand that although it feels like an uphill battle, the aim for diversity and inclusion within tech and the workplace in general is within reach.
6 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Need to Join the Next Startup Grind Conference
Marketing for tech companies. Vidpeo co-founder
5 Things We Learned At 'EmpowerHer Conference' That All Black Girls Should Know
"You have to put you and your dreams first..."
How an Elite Education Reform Conference Felt More Like a #BlackLivesMatter Rally
Teacher in district and charter schools in Chicago since 2004,...
99U Conference: The Creative Community Conference
Product Design & Experience
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Why Do We Feel Awe?
Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
Take the time to pause and open your mind to those things which you do not fully understand. You will be the better for it -- and, as your feelings of awe ripple out through acts of kindness, so will the rest of us.
TFI Interactive Event
Brooklyn based writer/blogger
5 Ways To Make Work Events Less Painful For Introverts
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com A recent education conference I attended had a packed schedule: multiple sessions
America Ferrera’s Response To Reporter’s Tone Deaf Question Will Make You Cheer
America for President! 🇺🇸
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How the World Resources Forum Came to be
A global journalism incubator
Having started out as conferences focused on recycling with 200 participants in the 1990s to become an annual Forum twice the size, the World Resources Forum has come a long way since its inception.
The Long Road: 650 Participants, 109 Countries and 720 tons of CO2
A global journalism incubator
While offsetting CO2 emissions may be a means for compensation, for conference organizers and participants, it's not as easy to walk the talk.
True Solidarity: 'Standing With Paris' Means Securing A Strong Climate Change Agreement
Joint Student at Yale Law School and Yale School of Forestry &...
It is critical to achieve a climate agreement this year, and solidarity means continuing to hold each other accountable to increase ambition in the future.
How to Eat Healthy At a Conference
Travelle is a premier wellness, beauty, and safety tips for je...
Between the stress and the hectic conference schedule, it is no surprise that many have found themselves staring into the lonely and limited options on the muffin tray during coffee breaks. To combat this all too common fate, Travelle brings you a few tips on how to eat healthy at a conference.
3,000 Millennials on a Cruise Ship: An Insider's Look Into Summit at Sea 2015
Loic Le Meur
Serial entrepreneur co-founder of LeWeb and business angel in ...
Summit shut down all wifi satellite access on the ship except for 10 computers in the main lobby. It made everyone not look at their phones and computers for three days, which was great. You can't leave the boat either, so everyone is together and there are no side events.
Q&A: Justin Lafazan -- Founder, Next Gen Ventures
Founder, GMTRY Inc.
Featured in Forbes, USA Today, The Huffington Post, Inc. Magazine and more, Justin Lafazan is an acclaimed entrepreneur, speaker, author and consultant...all at the age of 19.
Portrait Of A Quiet Conference Leader
Startup Insider: 5 Insights From Day 1 of the Echelon Asia Summit 2015
Student Entrepreneur, University of Pennsylvania
The Echelon Asia Summit was started back in 2009 with the goal of bringing Asia's top startups, innovators and investors into one conference hall. I got to attend this year's summit, listen to the speakers, speak with delegates and sit down with startup thought leaders in Asia.
Climate Change Deniers Hate Me. Here's Why.
Researcher, Greenpeace USA
"Sold out... ?! No way. Cannot be true." I swore to myself. In all of its awkward history, The Heartland Institute's conferences for climate change deniers have never sold out. This year it did, and I wanted in.
A World-Class Global City-Building Forum: The First-Ever in Detroit
CEO, The Creative Class Group & Best-Selling Author, Upgrade
Great cities shape their own narratives and they create new lessons for the world. Though Detroit has been the poster-child for urban distress, it is also charting a new path back.
Redesigning Capitalism for The 21st Century
Design Research Ph.D.; Author, 'Profit from Design'
The financial crisis of 2008 raised questions about the sustainability of our pursuit of growth for growth's sake alone. Many are now re-examining deeply rooted values, beliefs and attitudes toward our financial system, as well as how to organize, lead and manage our society.
A Rookie's Guide to the Ultimate Mashup - South By Southwest
South by Southwest (SxSW) "mashes up" film, music, interactive (tech) and many of the industries they significantly influence into a 10-day extravaganza of never-ending combinations of thought and possibility.
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