Interview With Zara Rutherford: The Youngest Woman to Fly the Globe Solo Tells Us How to Weather the Storm With Finesse
She dodged unimaginable circumstances at thousands of feet in the air while piloting an aircraft from Belgium to Siberia and beyond, but her lessons learned can be applicable to even those of us who are planted firmly on the ground.
A 29-Day Journey Across a Million Miles to Explore 'Every Phase of Cosmic History': The James Webb Telescope
A technological feat, the James Webb telescope will "unfold like origami," according to one commentator, throughout its month-long journey to discover and understand the origins of the universe.
From a Worried Mom, to Greenpeace's New Co-Director, Ebony Twilley Martin Paves the Way
When Ebony Martin's son was diagnosed with asthma due to environmental factors, she took matters into her own hands, unsettled until she discovered a better way forward for underserved communities at risk.
Interview with Entrepreneur and Author, Luke Burgis: Getting to the Root of Our Desires, Choosing Wisely, and Being Intentional About Our Influences
Ever wonder why you chose a certain career path, place to live, car, hobby? What drives your relationships? To understand, perhaps we should choose our 'models' first.
Want to Get Your Feet Wet With Cryptocurrency Trading? Venmo Could Be a Good Place to Start
With dozens of known cryptocurrency exchanges and platforms on the market today, some may not know where to turn, but if you're already one of Venmo's 70+ million customer base, this could be a more palatable launch pad.
Interview with Dr. Nancy Ascher: The First Woman to Perform a Liver Transplant, and Still Saving Lives
Featured on Netflix's Surgeon's Cut, Dr. Nancy Ascher talks about focusing on the long-game, women at home and in the workplace, what it's like to work with her husband, and the future of liver disease.