Translated editor Melissa Chu’s article on Medium, where she argues that intelligence and hard work are not synonymous with success and well-being. Read it if you, like us, have been told otherwise for half your life. For a long time, I believed that if smart people worked hard, they would be successful. But then I realized that there are no 100% guarantees. Some of my acquaintances have created outstanding things, some not bad, but there were also those who did not understand at all what they were doing. Despite the fact that all these people were educated and hardworking. Later, I realized that when itRead More →

LinkedIn has compiled a list of the most in-demand skills in 2020. The research was carried out using a huge database of 660+ million specialists and 20+ million jobs. Recently, in another article, we talked about the skills that everyone needs to learn in 2020, we also recommend reading it. Soft skills in demand The role of “soft” skills is growing from year to year, and the vast majority of employers confirm that soft skills are just as important as professional skills. The most requested soft skills in 2020 are: 1. Creativity It’s not about coming up with twenty interesting topics for articles and drawingRead More →

We wanted to remember the women inventors who made a huge contribution to science and changed the world. There are thousands of women like this, but we’ve tried to pick 15 of the most inspiring examples. Sophia Kovalevskaya (1850-1891) Mathematician, mechanic, the world’s first female professor of mathematics Born in the Russian Empire, Sophia could only go to university abroad. At that time, a woman could obtain a passport only with the permission of her father or spouse. Sophia’s father categorically did not approve of her love for science and education, so he refused permission. Striving to study mathematics at the university, Kovalevskaya organized aRead More →