In the time you’ve read this sentence, your brain has processed about 200 “bits” of information.Your brain can handle roughly 100 bits of information per second which then become part of your awareness. Following a conversation between two people takes about that much bandwidth (have you ever noticed how hard it is to follow three or more people talking at the same time?). Read full article at http://99u.com/
What you call a new venture can very well turn out to be one of the most important decisions you will make in the early days of a company. The business name will dictate which Web domain you can register, your trademark, and how people identify what you do. So while the R.E.M. approach might work on the rare occasion–the band reportedly opened a dictionary and picked the name at random–you’re better off giving the name due diligence. Here are six things to keep in mind. Via Inc.com
Excellent new Front-Load Your Week + 3 Other Stress-Busting Time Management Strategies article on 99u.com by Elizabeth Grace Saunders
We know that creativity can flourish when our minds are free to wander during unstructured time. However, a completely open calendar can lead to a day consumed by reactionary work. This is why, paradoxically, the secret to maximizing your freedom of choice is to increase the structure in your day-to-day life.