Do you want more from your life? More happiness? Better health? Deeper relationships? Increased productivity? One way to achieve that is to express gratitude. No religious links here but let me highlight the benefits of gratitude. 1. Gratitude makes us healthier. There is even reason to believe gratitude can extend your lifespan by a few […]Read more "How Gratitude Can Change Your Life?"
You’re giving a presentation on the company’s strategic direction when one of your colleagues interrupts you. You pause, address his question, and continue with your point — until he interrupts again. Sound familiar? All of us have known colleagues, friends, or romantic partners who seem unable to let us finish a sentence. How do you […]Read more "How to stop people from interrupting you?"
Beer cans have become premium visual currency, the markers of good taste. Scroll through a beer-focused Instagram feed, and you’ll likely spot Other Half IPAs outfitted in bold, geometric cans; the acid-tripped sci-fi and fantasia of Pipeworks cans like Lizard King pale ale; or Modern Times’ gorgeous typographic treatments twinned to a vibrant color scheme. […]Read more "How great designs made craft beer bottles and cans into works of art?"
Unless you were living under a rock, you would have heard that Apple announced a slew of new products last Tuesday, including three new iPhones: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. There are several major differences among the three phones, but one of the biggest changes is the screen – the iPhone […]Read more "What is OLED in the new iphone?"
Whether you’re arguing with your telco company or trying to rebook a flight, awful customer service encounters are a disheartening part of daily life. What can companies learn from Union Square Hospitality Group restaurateur Danny Meyer and Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal? They are helping inspire a new generation of companies to overhaul how they think […]Read more "How to combine tech and human connection for better customer service?"
I love a great group ride. For me, it’s more about safety in case if anything happens to you while you are cycling. The group ride is where you learn to draft, how to ride shoulder to shoulder so you can talk without yelling, how to gauge your efforts so no one has to wait […]Read more "Do you know the etiquette for group bike rides?"
There’s a huge misconception that a lot of people have about using the iPhone. And once you learn the truth, it might change your life. I see it every day. People are standing in line to get coffee or waiting for the next train, and they start swiping up on all of the apps in […]Read more "Do you close all you apps on your iPhone?"