Arianna Minoretti talks about New Wonder of the World of the nearest future — The Submerged Floating Tube Bridge project! Arianna explains the concept of Archimedean bridges, shares the experience of participating in the creation of global projects, tells why she decided to become an engineer, how she started her professional career and how she copes with failures. Arianna shares the principles of success and explain why we ourselves are the judges of our achievements and our success.
Engineer of Technology and Development Department at the Norwegian Public Roads Administration
Laura Spinney shares her experience as The Guardian writer, a contributor at National Geographic, The Economist and Nature. She speaks of her book about the Spanish flu, published in 2017. We certainly couldn’t have imagined that the world would survive another pandemic in the coming years. Tap the link in bio to discover the challenging part of the writing process, get to know why people tend to forget pandemics and what lessons should we learn from it.
Science journalist and the author of "Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How it Changed the World”.
Lisa Cron shares her experience as a producer on shows for Showtime and CourtTV, and as a story consultant for Warner Brothers and the William Morris Agency, talks about her passion for stories, explains why storytelling is closely intertwined with neuroscience and reveals the secrets of writing a book that will grab the reader’s attention from the first page. Lisa discusses the importance of finding a mentor on time, shares her ideas about her professional mission, explains why supporting women in the publishing and film industries is important, discusses what success is and how it can be achieved.
Story coach and the author of "Wired for Story: The Writer’s Guide to Using Brain Science to Hook Readers From the Very First Sentence", "Story Genius: How To Use Brain Science to Go Beyond Outlining and Write a Riveting Novel and "Story or Die: How to Use Brain Science to Engage".
At the age of 11 she performed on the same stage with the experienced violinists. Rusanda believes that If you want to be successful, it's important to find the right teacher betimes, so that you can have the right person by your side that will motivate you from the start.
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