Why SIngletasking is the New Multitasking

A very clear and concise explanation why you should be singletasking. Now.


How Well Do You Pay Attention?

Take this simple test to see how well you pay attention to details. The results may surprise you.


Against All Odds

While most 14-year-old girls spent their Saturday night hanging with friends at the movies, or attending a sleepover, X Games snowboarder, Chloe Kim, was performing a switch-backside 720 into a McTwist then into a frontside 900 at an arena in Aspen, Colorado. Despite chipping a tooth and suffering some scrapes from landing on her face during a practice run, Chloe became the youngest ever gold medalist in X Games history.

The 14-year-old La Palma, California native first got on a snowboard at age four and has never looked back. Last year she earned distinction as the youngest World Snowboard Tour overall champion ever in 2014. And in January this year, she added another feather to her cap with a gold medal win in the Women's Snowboard SuperPipe final at X Games Aspen 2015.


The Danger in Solitary Stories

Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.



An award-winning Coca-Cola ad that shows a man refiring on all cylinders. Granted, Coca-Cola may not cause you to actually do this, but you have to admire his spirit.