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Simone Giertz initially found online stardom for being the self-proclaimed “Queen of Sh—ty Robots.” Her inventions—including a haircutting drone, an alarm clock that slaps you awake, a helmet for brushing your teeth—were meant to be nothing more than a punchline. Then, being diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2018 forced Giertz to have a new perspective. Instead of creating things with little purpose other than being a joke, she shifted her focus to more thoughtful inventions, which has led to her recently launched product store, Yetch. Read highlights of Giertz's conversation here and listen to the full episode of Creative Control wherever you enjoy your podcasts.
—KC Ifeanyi
creative control
This woman custom made a Tesla truck, and she’s just getting started

YouTube star Simone Giertz admits she’s been hiding behind her laughable robots. But the joke’s on you: Now she’s inventing products that actually work.

career evolution
5 signs you should stay at a job rather than resigning

Here are some legitimate reasons to pass on joining the Great Resignation.

how to be a success
This is exactly how to ask for a raise no matter what your role

The cost of everything is rising. But asking for a raise should be based on offering solid evidence that you deserve it based on your accomplishments. Here’s how to make your case.

a message from siemens
Siemens Accelerate Event 29 June. Get ready to accelerate change!
The time to accelerate your business and sustainability goals is now. Join us, on 29 June, as we unlock the potential of digital transformation.
Airbnb is giving out $10 million to design OMG! homes

An ambitious fund for 100 winners will back Airbnb’s new design strategy.

irs tax refund
IRS tax refund delays: Finally, some good news if you’ve been waiting for a check

Staffers at the Internal Revenue Service have been working overtime to get through a massive backlog of returns. They just reached a significant milestone.

marketing innovation
Coca-Cola has an ambitious plan to double its number of customers in the next few years

Global chief marketing officer Manuel Arroyo outlines the OpenX partnership with advertising holding company WPP, and how it will drive new brand growth.

tech news
Elon Musk’s wild 24 hours: Twitter deal setbacks, Dogecoin hype, and a Tesla employee lawsuit

Even for the CEO of Telsa and SpaceX, it was a bonkers day. Here’s what happened.

product launch
Away’s biggest launch in years is a massive departure

But it remains to be seen whether that’s a good thing.

Ikea’s new app deletes your living room furniture so you can buy even more

The powerful user experience turns cluttered homes into blank canvases for magazine-ready makeovers.

mental health
He sold his mental-health startup to Airbnb, then relaunched it as a nonprofit with a bigger mission

As a graduate student at MIT, Rob Morris struggled with mental health. Today, he wants to make it easier for others to find help online.

Revlon rises despite bankruptcy: What you need to know
Last week, the iconic makeup brand Revlon filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to mounting debt, increased competition from celebrity-backed beauty brands, supply-chain issues, and the continuing slow death of the American mall.
However, since its bankruptcy filing announcement, Revlon stock has surged. The company’s stock closed at $6.06 a share on Tuesday—that’s a 62% surge in the stock price in just one day.
On Wednesday, it was up even higher, flirting with almost $9 a share in midday trading.
Investors may be flocking to the stock because they think Revlon will be acquired by another company. Although there has been some rumored interest, no deal has been announced as of yet.
Check out the latest news stories here.
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Jane Goodall thinks comic books will save the Earth
Jane Goodall is known around the world for her groundbreaking discoveries and studies of chimpanzees. For decades, she has inspired young activists through her program Roots & Shoots—but now, in the digital era, she discusses how she is connecting and inspiring new generations through sharing stories in formats they resonate with, such as Webtoon.
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