Smart Thinking this week kicks off with Ms. Financier, guest posting for Dirt Cheap Wealth, who explains that a cup of coffee a day won’t break your bank. Writing for Acorns, Chris Peach… Read the rest
The Financial Samurai Sam Dogen opens Smart Thinking this week with a warning not to let your frugality lead to lifestyle deflation. Millennial Boss Julie explains the risks involved in buying cryptocurrencies. And… Read the rest
Piggy of Bitches Get Riches heads up Smart Thinking this week examining the managed funds versus index funds battle. Author of High Fiving Dollars, Sarah Li Cain helps us master our emotions to… Read the rest
High Fiving Dollar’s Sarah Li Cain kicks off Smart Thinking this week by asking if we are falling prey to certain money blocks. Bravely’s Kara Perez helps us deal with the emotional burden… Read the rest
Bravelygo heads up Smart Thinking this week with ways to deal with debt payoff fatigue. Mr. Money Mustache reveals an unusual path to reaching wealth and early retirement. And the Financial Panther urges… Read the rest
J.T. O’Donnell, writing for Inc. Southeast Asia, shares the words that will help you reach your career goals. Check out my observations below.Embed from Getty Images
Writing for Lean Six Sigma Belgium, Lorenzo Del Marmol reveals the non-lean habits managers should stop doing every day to boost productivity. Read on for more information from his piece.Embed from Getty Images
Ana Valencia of The Perfect Grind blog examines specialty coffee in detail. Here are my key insights from her piece.Embed from Getty Images
James Robinson, guest posting on Indezine, helps us with the key aspect of design to help boost our presentation skills today. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.Embed from Getty Images
Stefanie O’Connell, in her self-named blog, opens up Smart Thinking this week with a look at lessons to be learned from the popular TV program, Sex and the City. Lesley James, guest posting… Read the rest
The team at Farnam Street review Alex Soojung-Kim Pang’s arguments from his book Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less about a shorter, more creative work day. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Tracy O’Rourke from Go Lean Six Sigma, shares her tale on how she used Lean Six Sigma to battle her shoe buying addiction. Here are my key insights from her piece.Embed from Getty Images… Read the rest
Imperial College’s Ryan O’Hare goes into the benefits of drinking coffee and it’s not just the caffiene boost we get. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.Embed from Getty Images
Writing for Inc.com, Kindra Hall targets women with a few pieces of advice when public speaking. Here are my key insights from her piece.Embed from Getty Images
The guys at ThinkSaveRetire head up Smart Thinking this week and they’re taking crap from no one about being able to retire early. Bason Asset’s James Osborne digs into social pressure and status.… Read the rest
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Anne Grady teaches us to handle our stress better. Read on for more information from her piece.Embed from Getty Images
IQMS helps us to establish manufacturing quality as a competitive advantage. Check out my observations below.Embed from Getty Images
The National Coffee Association shares its guide to delicious coffee roasting. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.Embed from Getty Images
Jeff Bullas, writing in his self-named blog, explains how to master the art of storytelling in your presentations. Here are my key insights from his piece.Embed from Getty Images
The Financial Panther kicks off Smart Thinking this week with a look at the earning potential of our side hustles. Writing for StockCharts.com, Gatis Roze compares drivers and investors. And Justin Castelli, guest… Read the rest
Benjamin Hardy shares the two mental shifts we all need to make to be successful for Thrive Global. Here are my key insights from his piece.
Global Six Sigma compare the purposes behind Six Sigma, Lean, and Kaizen. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Writing for the Harvard Medical School, Robert Shmerling reveals why coffee could be a useful substitute for painkillers. Check out my observations below.
Charlotte Blank, writing for SmartBrief, shares behavioral science hacks designed to help improve your next presentation. Read on for more information from her piece.
The team at Money Nuggets kicks off Smart Thinking this week with a look at sneaky marketing tricks we should avoid. Zach from Four Pillar Freedom reveals the uncomfortable truth that comes with… Read the rest
KaiNexus’ Greg Jacobson introduces us to process control charts to optimize your manufacturing processes and outcomes. Here are my key insights from his piece.
The National Coffee Association’s Kyra Auffermann reveals the results of UK studies which show the protective effects of coffee. Read on for more information from her piece.
Bronwyn Ritchie explains how to get your presentation started the right way for her Pivotal Public Speaking blog. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Heading up Smart Thinking this week, Ms. Financier of The Feminist Financier blog reveals her mortgage money mistakes. Four Pillar Freedom writer Zach examines the savings rate we need to reach Financial Independence.… Read the rest
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, founder of Making Sense of Cents, reveals why getting into the habit of waking up earlier is beneficial. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Joe Bockerstette of Business Enterprise Mapping reveals the solutions you need to solving Lean Six Sigma (LSS) failure. Here are my key insights from his piece.
Mark Weislogel, Ph.D., shares the details behind the revolutionary Capillary Beverage “Space” cup. Read on for more information from his piece on NASA’s own blog.
Presentation Panda’s Adam Noar teaches us how to create presentations worthy of a TED event. Check out my observations below.
Cashville Skyline’s Kate Dore heads up Smart Thinking this week by revealing the key to mindful budgeting. Guest posting on Yes, I Am Cheap, Andrea Woroch helps us avoid purchasing mistakes. And Bravelygo… Read the rest
Ed Sykes of The Sykes Group helps us set and achieve goals effectively by employing some key steps. Here are my key insights from his piece.
IQMS reveals what you need to know for manufacturing higher quality products in your organization. Check out my observations below.
Time’s Alice Park explains how research is making the case for drinking coffee stronger than ever. Read on for more information from her piece.
Alison Edgar reveals the best way to overcome glossophobia—the fear of public speaking—in her self-named blog. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Mary Beth of Workable Wealth opens up Smart Thinking this week with a look at how much money you need for retirement. Money Ning author, David Ning explains why index funds are your… Read the rest
Tim Lloyd Wright of the Have Dreams Supporters Club explains the best way to choose and achieve our goals. Here are my key insights from his piece.
For Quality Digest, Sameer Kadam and Mickey Shah help us with the challenge of improving quality management. Check out my observations below.
Sprudge’s Zac Cadwalader shares research that coffee is good for the liver in fact. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Magnetic Speaking’s Peter Khoury shares his fundamental virtual presentation tips. Read on for more information from his piece.
Sarah Li Cain of High Fiving Dollars opens up my 60th edition of Smart Thinking—Happy Birthday ST!—this week with how to deal with a pay cut. Zach of Four Pillar Freedom reveals how… Read the rest
Iamwire’s Isabella Rossellini helps us overcome the fear barrier that is standing in the way of our goals. Read on for more information from her piece.
Kelly Macaulay of Rockwell Automation explains why enforceable workflows are essential to quality management. Here are my key insights from her piece.
Kyra Auffermann, writing for the National Coffee Association USA, teaches us how to make cold brew coffee at home without any expensive gadgets. Check out my observations from her article below.
The Self-Expression Blog’s Sandra Zimmer explains how controlling your breathing is the key to overcoming your public speaking fear. See my top takeaways from the article underneath.
Nicole Dieker, writing for The Billfold, opens up Smart Thinking with advice from a quantitative analyst. Mel, the writer of Broke Girl Rich, helps us scale our personal finance mountains. And Piggy from… Read the rest