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Ego Kills Experience Design

Ego Kills Experience Design | Business | Scoop.it
Ego lives in, and haunts every one of us.

It sits and waits around every corner.

It waits for us to succeed or to fail.

It waits to tell us that we’re important, that we’re special and that…
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Die grössten Gefahren für die digitale Transformation

Die grössten Gefahren für die digitale Transformation | Business | Scoop.it
Die grössten Gefahren für die digitale Transformation
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14 things successful people do in the first 10 minutes of the workday

14 things successful people do in the first 10 minutes of the workday | Business | Scoop.it
What you do in the first 10 minutes of your workday can largely determine how productive and effective you'll be the rest of the day. Here's what successful
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Virtual Reality Is the Next Frontier. Make Sure You Don't Leave Your Consumers Behind

Virtual Reality Is the Next Frontier. Make Sure You Don't Leave Your Consumers Behind | Business | Scoop.it
From bomb defusing to car soccer, one YouTube creator was ready to throw fans into their favorite video games with a new YouTube Red Originals series that had a virtual reality component. Alexis Cox of Google's Art, Copy & Code project helped design ways to invite users in.

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You Don’t Control The Outcomes Of Your Life, Principles Do. — The Mission

You Don’t Control The Outcomes Of Your Life, Principles Do. — The Mission | Business | Scoop.it
You don’t control the outcomes of your life.
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Durch Zeiten wandern: Von Salgesch bis Kandersteg - Reise

Durch Zeiten wandern: Von Salgesch bis Kandersteg - Reise | Business | Scoop.it

Es war im Jahr 1841, als der gelernte Tischler und glühende Abstinenzler Thomas Cook seine erste Gruppenreise anbot, all inclusive schon damals: das Ticket zum Preis von einem Schilling für Zugfahrt, Sandwich und Tee. 500 Menschen wollten dabei sein.


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