Once, creativity was the domain of scarf-wearing sculptors, espresso-drinking poets, and musicians who dreamed up melodies in their sleep. Not anymore. To succeed in a knowledge economy, we all need to produce creative solutions on a regular basis. Continue reading: How to think like a creative genius (Opinion) – CNN.com
Los Angeles police officer Deon Joseph has a reputation on Skid Row as someone who cares. He has pushed for changes in policing and sounded the alarm about the neighborhood’s mental health crisis. Continue reading: For LAPD Cop Working Skid Row, ‘There’s Always Hope’ : NPR
After a decade spent helping children thrive, in an orphanage she built from the ground in rural Nepal, the New Jersey native has been named CNN’s 2015 Hero of the Year Continue reading: Meet Maggie Doyne: 29 years old and a loving mother to 51 Nepali children – Women in the World in Association with The New York Times – WITW
A Chicago mom didn’t want to wear dumpy breastfeeding clothes, so she figured out how to make her own, much to the relief of other fashion-forward women. Continue reading: This Breastfeeding Mom Got Mad, Then Got Busy And Started Her Business – Forbes
She has modeled on catwalks in Europe, stolen scenes on the big screen, and now stars in her own TV show, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, as a sassy superhero. But 33-year-old “it” girl Krysten Ritter wasn’t always so chic — or confident. Continue reading: Star’s Awkward Childhood Photo Offers an Important Reminder
One winter afternoon in 1980, the man who would become the greatest NBA coach of his generation stood in a decaying gymnasium at a Division III college, desperate and out of ideas. Gregg Popovich was 30 years old and a loser. He’d just been hired to revive the basketball program at Pomona and Pitzer colleges, a pair of Southern California liberal arts schools so small that they share an athletic department. Continue Reading: Poppo’s Boys «.