This week’s stories feature some future tech in the form of computer glasses that will help you navigate through life, and the latest innovations in 3-D printing. And then there’s Don Corleone, who has an offer of leadership advice you can’t refuse.
Lydia Dishman makes you an offer you can’t refuse, advice from The Godfather.
Josh Linkner finds fortune in failure and makes the case for never giving up.
Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton discuss how you can dissect employee motivators and perfect your management skills.
E.B. Boyd explains why Facebook is the place to be for top design talent.
Martin Lindstrom thinks we should rethink how (and where) we should be doing our thinking.
Kevin Purdy enumerates on six invaluable tools that deserve a place in your bookmark bar.
Mark Wilson gives us a glimpse into the future of printing, straight out of a sci-fi movie.
Mark Wilson has some advice for Google on how to develop and perfect their game-changing glasses.
Terry Tamminen forecasts commodity price fluctuation for 2012. You will probably be disappointed.
Ari Karpel talks to Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park on what it is like to score a movie.
Co.Exist’s Unreasonables series launched earlier this week. Check out the first episode of this inspiring video series about people who live to make a difference.
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