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Will My Future Self Be Disappointed in the Decisions I’m Making Today? – Excerpts from “Epiphany Z”

March 3rd, 2017 at 11:22 pm » Comments Off

On January 10, 2017, my new book, “Epiphany Z – Eight Radical Visions for Transforming Your Future“ was officially released in bookstores all around the world. Here are a few excerpts from the book where I discuss the concept of “future self.” Being a Futurist is far more than just making predictions. It involves digging deep […]



The Movement Of Coworking Spaces For Atypical Entrepreneurs

May 27th, 2016 at 10:05 am » Comments Off

Long Beach, California-based WE Labs recently opened its second coworking space in the historic Packard Building. Behind it is an empty lot, next door is an auto body shop, down the street are swanky new apartments, and a block away is the light rail. It looks like a textbook gentrification setting, but WE Labs’s clients […]



Redefining Space as a Commodity through Coworking and Coliving

April 19th, 2016 at 10:42 am » Comments Off

Basing your business models on commercializing untapped resources is a good way to build profitable companies. Facebook taps its users to generate content and now other organizations are realizing the potential of gathering, processing, and storing data. Other industries are using space as a resource, like utilizing rooftops of large malls and buildings to build […]



2016′s Top 5 Jobs Startups are Hiring for

February 25th, 2016 at 2:12 pm » Comments Off

By historical standards, unemployment remains low, yet supply and demand remain out of balance. Job openings are at 10-year highs, but candidates are still struggling to find the right fit both professionally and culturally. These Top 5 jobs are leading the way into 2016. NOTE: For anyone looking to enter the field of software engineering, check out […]



Ex-Google coder makes twice as much freelancing

February 23rd, 2016 at 12:17 pm » Comments Off

James Knight, a 27-year-old coder, recently made an unorthodox career move: quitting a well-paid job writing software for Google to go freelance. No more gold-plated benefits, catered lunches or million-dollar views from the search giant’s Manhattan office. But why? NOTE:  If you’re interested in entering the freelance coding world, check out the exciting new courses DaVinci Coders has to […]



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