Signs you are a true Social Media Addict

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Signs you are a true Social Media Addict from Manveer Malhi

by Manveer Malhi,

Yann Dall’Aglio: Love — you’re doing it wrong

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Philosopher Yann Dall’Aglio explores the universal search for tenderness and connection in a world that’s ever more focused on the individual. As it turns out, it’s easier than you think. A wise and witty reflection on the state of love in the modern age

Worker Series #1 Craig Frazier – Illustrator and Storyteller

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Craig Frazier discusses his approach to the art of storytelling. His work can be seen at Video by Jeff Hurn via swiss miss

Heidi Grant Halvorson: The Incredible Benefits of a “Get Better” Mindset

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In this talk, researcher Heidi Grant Halvorson explores the mindsets needed to ensure personal growth. Mainly we should avoid a “Be Good” mindset — one where we are constantly attempting to prove our superiority to the world. Instead, we should embrace a “Get Better” mindset — where we always perceive ourselves as having more to learn. When we embrace a Get Better mindset, we embrace risk and are less afraid of failure, which is key to personal development.

Digital Trends Report 2014

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Digital Trends Report 2014 from Hotwire

Interesting thoughts by Hotwire

Talent vs Training

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Which is more important – genetics or hard work? By AsapSCIENCE·

David Puttnam: What happens when the media’s priority is profit?

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In this thoughtful talk, David Puttnam asks a big question about the media: Does it have a moral imperative to create informed citizens, or is it free to pursue profit by any means, just like any other business? His solution for balancing profit and responsibility is bold … and you might not agree.

Cal Newport: “Follow Your Passion” Is Bad Advice

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American culture is obsessed with the idea that we need to “find our passion” in order to be happy and successful. But there’s a problem: “It’s astonishingly bad piece of advice,” says best-selling author Cal Newport. We have no pre-existing passion. Instead, passion is found by first building a rare and valuable talent and using it to take control of your career path. In other words, be so good and work so hard that no one can ignore you.

The impact of #storytelling on the #brain.

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The emotionally charged story recounted at the beginning Dr. Paul Zak’s film—of a terminally ill two-year-old named Ben and his father—offers a simple yet remarkable case study in how the human brain responds to effective storytelling. As part of his study, Dr. Zak, a founding pioneer in the emerging field of neuroeconomics, closely monitored the neural activity of hundreds of people who viewed Ben’s story. What he discovered is that even the simplest narrative, if it is highly engaging and follows the classic dramatic arc outlined by the German playwright Gustav Freytag, can evoke powerful empathic responses associated with specific neurochemicals, namely cortisol and oxytocin. Those brain responses, in turn, can translate readily into concrete action—in the case of Dr. Zak’s study subjects, generous donations to charity and even monetary gifts to fellow participants. By contrast, stories that fail to follow the dramatic arc of rising action/climax/denouement—no matter how outwardly happy or pleasant those stories may be—elicit little if any emotional or chemical response, and correspond to a similar absence of action. Dr. Zak’s conclusions hold profound implications for the role of storytelling in a vast range of professional and public milieus.

Social, Digital & Mobile in Europe 2014

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Social, Digital & Mobile in Europe from We Are Social Singapore

more than 250 pages of stats and behavioural indicators for 40 countries across Europe from we are social and Simon Kemp ‏@eskimon

10 Logo Design Trends to Adopt in 2014

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10 Logo Design Trends to Adopt in 2014 from Web Strategy Plus

from Web Strategy Plus

Eike Von Stuckenbrok – The Beauty of a Dyslexic Mind

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Most kids dream of running away to join the circus—Eike von Stuckenbrok actually did.
Nietzsche once said, “Those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” Directed, Filmed & Edited by Anna Piltz & Annikki Heinemann [Oddiseefilms]

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