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30th April 2019

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9 types of intelligence, we all have one or more. When people figure out early on which ones are theirs, magic happens!

9 types of intelligence, we all have one or more. When people figure out early on which ones are theirs, magic happens!
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In a modern day treasure hunt, two art pickers saw a painting & picked it up for 1000$ on a hunch. After digging deeper they realized it was by none other than the great master Leonardo da Vinci. They sold it for $83 million 💰 Its last sale in 2017 was at $450 mils!

Odeo, a podcast platform created in the apartments of Noah Glass & Evan Williams, soon lost out to Apple's iTunes. The team along with Jack Dorsey changed business to a social network. What was once meant for 140 character status updates, has become the world's largest event engine, Twitter

"Avoid Boring People" is the memoir of James Watson, co-discoverer of DNA & Nobel Prize winner. The book title has 2 meanings -- "avoid people who are boring" & "don’t be boring to other people".

A Coca-Cola employee once tried to sell its mega top secret 💀 recipe to Pepsi, but misunderstood the relationship between the rivals. Pepsi informed Coca-Cola who in turn told the police 👮

Story of the week
Jet Airways

image: BusinessWorld

 
After the unfortunate news of Jet Airways 🛫 suspending flight operations, also came some good news of job opportunities for some of the airlines’ 16-22K displaced staff from SpiceJet (hired 500 staff and counting) and also from Cure.fit, Bounce, StayAbode and Intellistay Hotels. May be opportunistic hiring but can't deny its a wonderful move by competitors and startups 🤛
On a parting note...

“Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.” ~Albert Einstein

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