Leaders Of Love: Transforming The Workplace

We are in the second month of 2021, and I challenged myself to think about what I learned in 2020 that I truly want to become a habit. For me, it was that we need more love, empathy, and compassion for one another. It is February, which is Heart Health Month, and...

What Important Truth Do Very Few People Agree With You On?

The title is a favorite question of Peter Thiel, the German American billionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist, co-founder of PayPal, Palantir Technologies, and Founders Fund, and the first outside investor in Facebook. In his book Zero to One, he devotes an...

Our Future Well-Being Officers

The business landscape is changing, creating the opportunity for the Rise of the Chief Wellbeing Officer. Yet how do we equip our future leaders with the innate belief that wellbeing matters for all and is non-negotiable? A year ago, an article may have read something...

VR and the Evolution of Storytelling

“Artists use lies to tell the truth. Yes, I created a lie. But because you believed it, you found something true about yourself.”   ― Alan Moore VR and AR: Changing the Game Stories have been around for eons. It was how humans passed knowledge down from one generation...

Virtual and Augmented Reality: Shifting the Human Paradigm

“What is real? How do you define ‘real’? If you’re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then ‘real’ is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain.” -Morpheus The 1999 film, “The...

When Two Worlds Collide

In recent years, developers have released many promising virtual reality features and experiences. Lately, I’ve contemplated how often I would actually leave my home once these devices reached my hands. After all, why walk around the sweltering heat at college...

VRtually Everywhere

To many people, VR may appear right out of Back to the Future. However, thanks to Samsung, Apple and other technological innovators, it’s rapidly growing into another commonplace technology, right alongside laptops and smartphones. Here are several reasons why...

The Rise of Virtual Reality: A Generation Z Perspective

article by Sara Kay, August 31, 2017 I was born in 1999, barely making the cut to qualify as a “’90s kid.” Yet, I do not group myself with millennials (also ’90s kids), and identify much more with Generation Z, the current generation. We are...