UMBC Program Directors, Sunil Dasgupta and Annica Wayman, were recently selected by Leadership Montgomery to join the Connecting Our Region’s Execs (CORE) program. Great leadership begins with a calm, assertive approach to life, and there’s no doubt they understand this. To achieve this requires that a leader have great control over their stress levels. In today’s Industry Roundup, we take a look at ways optimists deal with stress. We also take a look at new potential evidence for life on Mars, the effect of digital technology on jobs and the possibility of humans developing telekinetic powers in the next step of human evolution.
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How to Deal with Stress like an Optimist
Stress creeps into the day like a silent monster waiting to pounce on your productivity and focus. Learning how to deal with it is critical if you want to be on top of your game. Optimists have shared their tips on how to keep smiling even under the pressure of the stress monster.
Puff of Gas Signals Potential Life on Mars
If you’re intrigued by the idea there is life beyond Earth, you might be very excited to read this week’s trending headline that scientists discovered a puff of gas on Mars. Not impressed by a simple puff of gas? You might be after reading this article.
The Effect of Rising of Digital Technology
Digital technology is creating waves and transforming the landscape of industry and business. How will this affect the job market? Well, certainly you can count on jobs being displaced. But you can also count on jobs being created.
The Next Human Evolution May Surprise You
Human beings have undergone many changes in the course of evolution. What’s next for us? Telekinetic powers? The hope is real. But, how far-fetched is it? Well, if you consider how complex the human brain in, perhaps we’re not too far off from that possibility. With 100 billion neurons sparking our bodies to life, it’s just a matter of time before we can build powers that’ll make our next evolution of humans wonder how we got along without being superhuman.