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How to adopt the “bricolage” mindset that supercharged Google

Gmail, which now has 425 million users, was originally a side project of one Google employee, Paul Buchheit.

‘People are suffering alone’: Bay Area county declares loneliness crisis – First in Nation

San Mateo County has become the first in the nation to declare loneliness a public health crisis, according to a county media advisory, through a resolution that its board of supervisors passed Tuesday.

Fear: Self-limiting your potential – By Will Price Will Price Partner at Next Frontier Capital

Often the limitations we face in life are not externally imposed. Too often, we self-sabotage with firmly held beliefs that we are not good at x, not worthy of being considered by y, and the potential to achieve is still born.

Montana Higher Education Tries to Keep up With Changing Workforce Needs

Dozens of college presidents, national policy experts, and workforce leaders recently met with Montana employers to start finding solutions to the state’s workforce gaps. “Since Yellowstone, everyone wants to be a cowboy,” she says.

Leadership Montana’s “Leading Edge” – Leadership for Montana’s Future

As we welcome a New Year, there is a common leadership practice to select your word(s) of the year to guide your intentions throughout the next 12 months. At the Leadership Montana Board meeting last week, we selected Process, Commitment, and Transparency are our “north stars” for 2024. My personal words for the year are simplify and rhythm. What are yours?

Leadership Montana Webinar: Higher Education’s Demographic Cliff  – 2/21 – Online

What’s the higher education demographic cliff? It can be described as “the number of traditional college-aged students will peak in 2025 and then decline dramatically for several years” (Inside HigherEd). Matched with a decline in demand from those students to enter into higher education, many higher education institutions are facing this currently or preparing for it.

University of Montana to restructure academic portfolio for next school year, citing changing student demands

The national narrative about the humanities’ lack of importance is a “red herring.”

“It’s the types of critical thinking skills that come from the humanities that are going to help people discern what’s AI-generated and what’s human-generated,” she said.

Neuroscience Says This Brainless Activity Reduces Stress and Quiets Your Mind (but Only If You Do It This Specific Way)

Research shows that, done right, this simple, soothing activity is as good as meditation at busting stress and anxiety.

Science Says Using This 4-Word Phrase Instead of ‘Thank You’ Will Make You a Better Leader

It will also improve work relationships and help workers become more productive.

Public universities seek innovative ways to teach humanities as interest wanes

As state universities across the nation face budget troubles, declining enrollments and pressure to cut humanities courses and majors that have few students, some university systems are searching for innovative ways to restructure majors or entire universities.