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5 Speakers that CEOs are Talking About

CEOs need to see the big picture, they need to be able to spot storms in the distance and future successes when they are just ideas on a table. To do that properly they need to know  about the forces shaping their markets, the technologies changing their business and…

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Change as Opportunity: 5 Quotes to Help You Motivate Your People

Managing Change is one of the most requested topics for guest speakers. The emergence of new technologies is continuously shifting the way we navigate our personal and professional lives, and these shifts are happening faster than ever before. Change can be overwhelming but by altering our mindsets we can learn…

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How Patterns Boost Our Performance… Without Even Knowing It

Humans are creatures of habits, and these habits can be analyzed and codified into rules that help us perform better. Many times, we’re not even aware of the habits that control our choices. Conside the child’s game, Rock-Paper-Scissors. The odds of winning are one in three. At least, that’s…

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The Birth of Innovation

Three hundred years ago, during the Age of Enlightenment, the coffee house became the center of innovation. Back then, most people went from drinking beer to consuming coffee (i.e. from being tipsy to being wired) and ideas started exploding. The details of this story are important (and fun) one…

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“Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation,” New Book from Tony Seba

Clean Disruption of Energy and Transportation: How Silicon Valley Will Make Oil, Nuclear, Natural Gas, Coal, Electric Utilities and Conventional Cars Obsolete by 2030 We are on the cusp of the most radical transformation in energy and transportation in a century. Exponentially improving technologies such as Electric Vehicles, Autonomous…

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How Google Humanizes Technology In The Workplace and You Can, Too

Technology keeps us from interacting face-to-face more often, but Google is changing the way we adapt to this new era of communication. The Internet turned 25-years-old a few weeks ago, a milepost that commemorates the day Tim Berners-Lee proposed the creation of a new kind of “information management system,” and…

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