80.000 hours
80,000 Hours is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping people do more good through their careers. Based on our world-leading research, we offer an online career guide as well as in-depth career counselling. Our aim is to see as many people as possible in high-impact careers, whether as charity workers...
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99U by Bēhance
For too long, the creative world has focused on idea generation at the expense of idea execution. As the legendary inventor Thomas Edison famously said, "Genius is 1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration." To truly make great ideas a reality, we must act, experiment, fail, adapt, and learn on a daily...
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Amy Alkon
Amy Alkon is the author of an award-winning, science-based syndicated column and science-based books. Her most recent book is "Unf*ckology: A Field Guide to Living with Guts and Confidence." She is also a mediator. Follow Amy on twitter: @amyalkon
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Catharine Alvarez
Catharine Alvarez, PhD studied applied mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently home schooling her two children while independently studying psychology and game theory. She writes about education, food allergies, advocacy, and mathematics, and moderates online interest groups for food allergies and math education.
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Kate Arms-Roberts
Kate Arms-Roberts is a creativity coach, theatre artist, writer, and explorer of new artistic media. She is on a mission to bring beauty and meaning to the world, grounded in an Ethic of Play, with full acknowledgement of bodies and feelings as essential components of human experience, recognizing the immense...
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Mark A. Smith Ph.D.
Mark A. Smith ( is a cognitive scientist with a joint PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience from the Center of the Neural Basis of Cognition (Carnegie Mellon/Pittsburgh Universities). He does research and development for brain training interventions to increase IQ, critical thinking, decision making, executive functioning and creative problem...
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Dr. John Baer
Dr. John Baer is a professor at Rider University. His research on the development of creativity and his teaching have both won national awards, including the American Psychological Association's Berlyne Prize and the National Conference on College Teaching and Learning’s Award for Innovative Excellence. His books include Creativity and Divergent...
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Jordan Bates
Jordan Bates is the creator of Refine The Mind a cozy cabin for compassionate freethinkers. He makes weird philosophical rap songs as Lostboyevsky sometimes. He mostly thinks everyone should just chill and love and be kind and stuff.
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Dr. Mark Batey
Dr Batey is a creativity researcher, Chairman of the Psychometrics at Work Research Group and R&D Director of E-METRIXX. Joint Chair of the Psychometrics at Work Research Group at Manchester Business School - a research group dedicated to understanding how psychometrics can help organisations. Associate Editor of the International Journal...
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Jeffrey Paul Baumgartner
Jeffrey has led an eclectic life rich in experience, including... A degree in fine arts in London. Being an artist. Certification to teach English as a foreign language. Teaching in several countries. Setting up three companies on two continents. Reinventing two of those businesses. Writing regular columns for two leading...
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