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“Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters” This Book Can Teach You How to Generate Ideas

After 10 years at the helm of Stanford’s Masters of Creativity speaker series, we’ve learned innovation has more to do with discipline than luck.

America needs carpenters and plumbers. Try telling that to Gen Z – Montana Registered Apprenticeship Program

The number of young people seeking technical jobs — like plumbing, building and electrical work — dropped by 49% in 2022 compared to 2020, according to data from online recruiting platform Handshake shared with NPR.

Ditch the multivitamins and take a cold shower: New Year wellness resolutions for 2023

Multiple research studies show that cold exposure is a “good stressor” that floods our brain and bodies with adrenaline and dopamine, increasing our energy and focus and elevating our mood.

Here’s what Leave No Trace means at national parks. – Leave No Trace! The Life of Legendary Mountaineer Paul Petzoldt

It sounds simple enough, but it’s more than just picking up after yourself while hiking, camping or enjoying other types of outdoor recreation. It’s a whole way of interacting with nature.

Three-year study suggests social media use could be changing kids’ brains

The novel research found more frequent checking of social media was linked with a greater sensitivity to social rewards

Film “Screenagers: Next Chapter” detailing technology’s impact on teen mental health to be screened Thursday in Billings

The film “Screenagers: Next Chapter” will be presented to parents, students and faculty to inform them of the science behind today’s teens’ emotional challenges, the interplay of social media, and what can be done to help them manage stress, anxiety, and depression.

The Key to Success in College Is So Simple It’s Almost Never Mentioned

So simple….

Montana Governor’s Conference on Tourism Set for April 23 – 25 – Helena

The Governor’s Conference on Tourism is Montana’s annual gathering of private and public sector partners in the tourism and recreation industries.

Montana students taking aim at archery competition

There’s over 120 schools, it might be 140 schools now, in Montana that are doing archery in their schools.

Boost your science and math skills through these interactive courses

Whether you work in math, science, or computer science – or are just a lifelong learner – Brilliant has a course for you. From basic to advanced, these interactive courses are both challenging and fun for anyone looking to improve their STEM skills.