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Boston Dynamics’ Robot Atlas Can Do Backflips Now

Robots are cool, no doubt about it. At times, they are even funny – you probably had a good laugh, as everybody else did, back in 2006, watching Honda’s Asimo robot falling off a set of stairs. Despite that it was amusing to watch, it made us feel like there is a long way for…

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Three Important Steps to Becoming an Expert in Your Field

Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000-hour rule of mastering anything is quite a popular practice that has been embraced by many people on their way to achieving greatness. Despite the fact that the practice has been very well-received by many, there are many skeptics as well. Numerous researches have been conducted to discover the flaws in the 10,000-hour…

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Black Friday
3 Ways Entrepreneurs and Freelancers Can Make the Most from Black Friday & Cyber Monday

Black Friday is approaching and companies are rushing to promote their great deals, while the customers eagerly follow their favorite stores and websites so they won’t miss any of the awesome opportunities. Entrepreneurs on tight budgets, freelancers and bloggers also can make the most of the Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals – in the…

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Tesla Unveils the New Roadster, The Fastest Production Car Ever Made According to Musk

Tesla presented a lot of stuff at their semi-truck event, yet they kept the most exciting part for the end – the introduction of the Tesla Roadster. According to Elon Musk, the mastermind behind Tesla, this car is going to be the “fastest production car ever made, period.”

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10 Tweets That Will Motivate You to Do Anything

Running a startup isn’t a piece of cake – no wonder that most of the newly launched companies can’t make it past the first year. There are days when you feel fully in control, and there are days when you feel like you just want to walk away from all the stress. Don’t blame yourself…

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Three Crisis Management Approaches That Can Save Your Startup

In celebration of Forbes’ 100th anniversary, Forbes magazine issued its special collectible centennial issue, which includes quotes, lessons, ideas and thoughts about the future by the top 100 Greatest Living Business Minds. It is important to note that the selection process of the people on the list took over two years. One of the names…

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Deutsche Bahn Reveals Its Concept Train of The Future and Its Pure Awesomeness

After at the Web Summit in Lisbon last week Uber’s head of product Jeff Holden announced that the company is adding Los Angeles as the third city to the list of cities where they expect the aerial taxi service to be piloted by 2020, everyone got one idea more excited about the future of transportation.

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The Greatest Speeches in History: Larry Page and His Commencement Address at University of Michigan

The Greatest Speeches in History is a weekly column that compiles the most memorable speeches in history with the goal to emphasize on the power of public speaking, to illustrate its importance, impact, and necessity to master.

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Five Online Legal Resources for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs and startup teams make many mistakes when it comes to the legal aspect of starting, running and growing a company. There are so many things that they don’t know and so many things that can go wrong, especially when the time comes for a VC to jump on board.

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Five Bad Habits That Kill Innovation in Your Startup

In the highly-competitive entrepreneurial world, the only way to keep your startup on top of the wave is to rely on constant innovation. Entrepreneurs, who embrace the need for innovation, drive their businesses to success as they manage to outrun the competition.

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