There’s been an explosion of school-like learning programs in the past few years. Programming bootcamps are trendy. Entrepreneurship programs are everywhere. What is hard to find outside of the college system, however, are learning bootcamp for peop...Read More
I can’t explain the adrenaline rush I experienced while airborne, 15 minutes away from landing in Tokyo. It was the first time I had been outside of the US by myself and the first time in my life that I would be away from home for more than a few m...Read More
So, you’ve graduated from college—or high school—and you’re about to enter the big bad workforce. You’ve heard the dark tales of unemployment rates and years spent living in parents’ basements; even if you’re confident in your abilities, you’re a li...Read More
The following is a guest post by the cofounder of Labster, Michael Bodekaer.
When Jane McGonigal stepped on stage in 2010 to give her now famous TED talk, “Gaming Can Make A Better World,” the idea of using video games for anything other than entert...Read More
Summer has arrived and for many of us, that means we have a bit more time to travel, immerse ourselves in a new culture and hopefully, soak up some sun. Typically when I travel, it’s to a place where English is not the first language and I can make ...Read More
I was your “textbook” high-achieving student.
I was enrolled at an Ivy League university that I had spent the last half-decade carefully preparing myself to attend by getting the best grades I could, acing the SATs, leading different extracurricular...Read More
When people reconcile with the current state of their personality, thinking that it’s impossible to overcome the bad habits or learn new skills, they end up being unhappy without awareness of the true reason. People are not meant to stagnate. When pr...Read More