Understanding the whole of the universe seems like too grandiose an aspiration when we are continually struggling to understand the tiny subset of the universe that is ourselves. Read these extracts from interviews with Carl Sagan on the immense and paradoxical gift of cosmic perspective.
Human creativity can be considered in the context of four components: the creative person, the creative process, the creative situation and the creative product. This article uses the development of a Formula One race car to illustrate these components.
Bottom line? When you provide boundaries, resources, and a clear objective, then release people to do their best work, great things are possible!
One lie leads to another, goes the old adage. And now we’ve got neuroscience to back it up. Research shows that you can actually train your brain to lie. Scientists don’t know if the change in brain activity caused the lying, or if the brain activity was simply a reflection of psychological changes, or if it’s all kind of a cycle.