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Everything evolves, including how human beings relate to one another in intimate relationships. Norms which have been relatively stable in this space have been mutating and changing rapidly over the past ten years – and will continue along this trajectory into the foreseeable future. Interesting thoughts by sparks & honey

Josh Reich hated his bank. He was tired of overdraft fees and being treated like a number. So he made his own.
Starting in a basement in Brooklyn and eventually growing to a full-fledged an office in Portland, Oregon, Simple is now a fast-growing startup aiming to replace our modern notion of the bank with a focus on design and user experience. In this talk, Reich walks us through Simple’s ever-evolving “human oriented” design process that forgoes a design department. Instead, every employee is given the agency to create.

The secret psychology behind persuasive content from Nathalie Nahai

In this revealing keynote presentation for the CMA, Nathalie Nahai, The Web Psychologist, will explore the hidden psychological triggers you can use to create content that sticks.

You’ll discover key web psychology techniques that will help you write persuasive content, shoot emotionally engaging videos, and boost the effectiveness of your images.

In this in-depth talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get the first pick of food and other spoils, but at a cost. When danger is present, the group expects the leader to mitigate all threats even at the expense of their personal well-being. Understanding this deep-seated expectation is the key difference between someone who is just an “authority” versus a true “leader.”

The SoDA Report (Volume 2, 2013) from SoDA

This edition includes a unique combination of valuable forecasts, inspiring ideas, and truly inventive work created for top brands such as Nike, Burberry, Whole Foods, Lincoln and Lenovo. By SoDa

There is nothing more frightening than the moment we expose our ideas to the world. Author and vulnerability researcher Brené Brown shows us how to deal with the critics and our own self-doubt by refusing to “armor up” and shut ourselves off. “Not caring what people think,” she says, “is its own kind of hustle.”

Instead we must “reserve a seat” for the critics and our own self-doubt. “Tell them, I see you, I hear you, but I’m going to do this anyway.”