A perusal of 2018’s best books reveals Just the Funny Parts by Nell Scovell a raw, interesting book by a […]
From date night performances to new views on Jeff Koons’ “Rabbit” sculpture, we talk with Claire Ruud, Director of Convergent Programming at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Ruud gives us insight on the nature of the MCA and how it engages museum-goers.
Sharpen your negotiation skills for work; negotiating with a boss can improve your career and help the organization. We talk with Deborah Kolb, negotiation expert and author of “Negotiating at Work: Turn Small Wins into Big Gains.”
Learn how to build an ideal relationship; transform your love into the couple bubble. Stan Tatkin, relationship thought leader and author of numerous books on love, explains in this interview.
All-over-fitness, mental engagement and layered in the feel of toughness and bravery – boxing is your newest sport. Read our interview with Oakley Fight Club, Chicago.
Learn something everyday. In our interview with UW Milwaukee Assistant Professor Christine Evans, she explains Russian pop culture post 1950. Read about the Soviet romantic comedies of the 70s, an underground publishing system and Russian talk shows: all through the perspective of Soviet thought.
There is synergy in twos. Enhance your sunny daze with 5 bold beach bag and sandal pairings.
In her book, “The Leading Brain,” Friederike Fabritius uses advances in neuroscience to improve work performance. She helps us mold our emotional states to the superlative. Fabritius has been featured on Wharton Business Radio, Cheddar TV and trains leaders at multinational corporations.