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Quirky: What the Rest of Us Can Learn From Really Smart People (Book Review)

Quirky: What the Rest of Us Can Learn From Really Smart People (Book Review)

Business
[Interesting] Innovative Genius: The Underlying Theme of Quirky Albert Einstein Steve Jobs Marie Curie Thomas Edison These people amaze us with their ability to come up with world-changing products and ideas throughout their lives. As business owners, we might even envy the ability of these individuals to create. In trying to understand how thee creative geniuses […] The post Quirky: What the Rest of Us Can Learn From Really Smart People (Book Review) appeared first on DIYMarketers.
Why Isn't Bob Costas Hosting the Olympics This Year? And Learn More About the Man Taking His Place

Why Isn't Bob Costas Hosting the Olympics This Year? And Learn More About the Man Taking His Place

Entertainment
When NBC’s 2018 Winter Olympics primetime coverage began Thursday evening, many longtime viewers noticed a familiar face missing: sportscaster Bob Costas, who has hosted every Olympic Games since 1992. In his place was Mike Tirico, who joined NBC in 2017 after a long career at ESPN. Tirico previously helped out on Olympic coverage during the 2016 Olympics in Rio, when he had daytime duties and hosted the closing ceremonies. The move to replace Costas with this specific successor is fitting, since Tirico was the first student to receive the Bob Costas Scholarship at Syracuse University —  Costas’s alma mater — back in 1987. Keep Following PEOPLE’s Complete Coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics “It has been both a privilege and an incredible personal and professional experience to have been p
Learn How the Crowd Is Braving the Freezing Temperatures at the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

Learn How the Crowd Is Braving the Freezing Temperatures at the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

Entertainment
Forecasters predicted temperatures as low as 23 degrees Fahrenheit at the open-air PyeongChang Olympic Stadium for the 23rd Winter Olympics. But that didn’t stop athletes and fans from enjoying the high-energy opening ceremony. Those attending the highly anticipated event Friday evening  — Friday morning for those watching stateside — are enduring bone-chilling temperatures at the stadium that seats 35,000, which sits nearly a half-mile above the Sea of Japan and is blasted with Siberian winds from the north. To ward off the cold, organizers made good on a promise to “distribute a ‘kit’ that included poncho-style windshield, a blanket, plus seat, hand and foot warmers. “We will also set up wind nets to block the wind which have proven to be successful, as well as installing additional heat