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Past articles by Heleo:

Why Steve Jobs held a fake funeral for an operating system

Nancy Duarte recently sat down with Srinivas Rao on the Unmistakable Creative podcast to discuss how to get others to believe in your vision. → Read More

The 6 best nonfiction books of fall 2019

Curators Malcolm Gladwell, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, and Daniel Pink have hand-picked the six most exciting nonfiction reads of the fall season. → Read More

The good side of behaving badly

We asked Ablon to delve into the big ideas behind his recent work and how he hopes people will change challenging behavior as a result. → Read More

The perks of being an older adult

"I think young adults have the permission to “develop” and “mature,” and for some reason, older adults have to “age.” That language is very interesting." → Read More

Susan Cain's conversation tips for introverts

All of us—introverts and extroverts—are acquiring new skills all the time, and you layer those new skills on top of your personality. → Read More

Why the most innovative companies don't bother with promotions

“If my salary triples every time I get a promotion, what am I going to be thinking about day and night? Getting promoted.” → Read More

Using the neuroscience of motivation to get things done

For motivation to be sustainable, it has to connect to our deepest aspirations or values—and we have to remind ourselves of how it connects. → Read More

Secrets from a former FBI negotiator on how to get what you want

A great negotiator listen for very specific things, just like great athletes are looking for tendencies or quirks in the people on the other side. → Read More

How setbacks help us discover what we truly love

Setbacks are the biggest tests that stand between us and the next level of significance, and something good always seems to come from them. → Read More

Why the best ideas are often ignored—even ridiculed—for years

Biotech entrepreneur Safi Bahcall explores why groundbreaking ideas in science and business often take so long to catch on. → Read More

How to design an intentional life

“Prioritizing rest and vacations and time off allows you to be fully present, which, in this culture, is a strategic advantage.” → Read More

A doctor’s orders for living a life of abundance

We should serve ourselves before we serve others. Here's how to create little habits you can work into your daily routine to live a life of abundance. → Read More

The 3-keys to daily well-being

One well being lesson I learned very early in life, from my grandfather, is that it is an extraordinary waste of time to try to be someone you are not. → Read More

How to beat cabin fever without ever leaving the house

A classic study showed that patients recovering from gallbladder surgery avoided cabin fever and left the hospital sooner when windows looked out on trees. → Read More

Using the science of good timing to pass the test, get the job and live a meaningful life

Research is telling us that we need to put more attention on the right work at the right time, because our cognitive abilities change throughout the day. → Read More

Why too much happiness is bad for you (and your kids)

Excessive happiness with "little or no adversity in their lives" can cause children to be "emotionally vulnerable as a young adult." → Read More

The world's top nonfiction authors are reading these six books

Malcolm Gladwell, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, and Daniel Pink share reads for your bookshelf. → Read More

Three questions every ambitious person should ask themselves

"I actually don’t love to give advice, but I like to ask a lot of questions." → Read More

What an ex-car thief can teach you about finding your life’s passion

Why we shouldn’t worry about mastering a craft too early. What his shoplifting ring and car theft taught Chris Guillebeau about life and creativity. → Read More

Everything you need to know to have perfect timing

Author Daniel Pink talks about the importance of timing both for doing things within a day and across the timing of your life. → Read More