Arianna Huffington, Founder of The Huffington Post

Huffington was born in Athens, Greece and at the age of 16 moved to the United Kingdom to study economics at Girton College in Cambridge. Here, she became the first foreign, and third female President of the Cambridge Union. Huffington began writing books in the 1970s, with editorial help from Benard Levin, the love of her life, mentor and role model. The two traveled to […]

Seeing Opportunity While Staying Sane in the Age of Disruption

After more than two decades of having the “Paper of Record” come to my door each morning, I cancelled my subscription to The New York Times. The shocking, confusing, door-darkening news on the front page posed too great a risk to my psyche. The election of Donald Trump as President provoked a sense of fear […]

What We Can Learn From Immigrants

From the time I was a young boy, I have been fascinated with astounding feats of accomplishment. I would sit in wonder listening to stories of my parents and grandparents and their adventures in the world. Jews who came from shtetls in Minsk, Lodz, Krakow, places of which I had never heard. They came with […]

3 Steps to Creating Greater Good

In a time where the national political rhetoric is dividing and dehumanizing, it’s more important than ever that we look to ways to prioritize people along with profit. One of the important principles for conscious leaders building successful and sustainable businesses is what I have come to call “The Greater Good.” As we move from […]

Meet Moringa, The Most Nutrient-dense Plant on The Planet

Meet Kuli Kuli, an Oakland-based startup that is showing how business can create social change by combating malnutrition in developing countries, and America too. Have you ever heard of Moringa before? This miracle tree is the most nutrient-dense food on the planet, beating kale, spinach, and even spirulina for health benefits. Moringa is packed with […]

The NFL Teams up to Promote Youth Health And Wellness

The NFL, USA Football, youth fundraising network GENYOUth and in-school nutrition program Fuel Up to Play 60, have announced the expansion of the NFL FLAG-In-Schools Program, which aims to increase physical activity of youth by providing flag football resources to underserved communities. Since 2014, the partners’ efforts have resulted in 4.3 million students becoming more active before, during and […]

Millions Worldwide Participate in Earthquake Drills

Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, regionally organized campaigns linked together as a worldwide preparedness movement spanning 60+ countries, are involving more than 52 million people (and counting) in earthquake safety activities throughout 2017. Most participants practice how to “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” though many choose to do much more. ShakeOut organizers recommend people follow the Seven […]

This Bike Will Get You to Work For $1

LimeBike, the dockless bike sharing service, has announced it has raised $50 million in Series B funding to speed the rollout of its programs into 30+ cities and campuses across the U.S. by year-end. LimeBike is now the largest dockless bikeshare operator in the U.S., with approximately 10,000 bikes deployed, and available in 20 markets total (twelve […]

Maldives Introduces Most Innovative ID Card

The Maldives are known for their nice beaches and wonderful holiday resorts on the many islands. Now the Maldives have also become a place of innovation. Maldives Immigration has just introduced a new, very innovative type of ID card: It can be used for payments, but also serves as a national ID card, as a drivers license as well as a health card and insurance card. Last, but not least, it’s also used as a passport for […]

10 Things You May Not Know About Teen Driver Safety

The biggest threat to teens’ safety is the vehicle sitting in their parents’ driveways. Yet, many parents and teenagers remain under-educated about the risks new drivers face.  If you like this, subscribe here for more stories that Inspire The Future. The National Safety Council has compiled a list of statistics and facts many parents and young people do […]