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Arianna Huffington just wants to get some rest but she's not lying down yet. Last year she left her namesake site to start a new company called Thrive Global, taking aim at rectifying the chronic stress and burnout that has become standard in many industries.

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Basecamp is a web-based project management tool, and like so many other software tools and startups before it, the creators of Basecamp made it for themselves. They just needed a decent way to manage projects and collaborations. It just happens that other people want to use it too.

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Carlos Watson is a journalist at heart. He got it from his father who, growing up in the Jamaican countryside, found the news to be a source of inspiration. Carlos made a career for himself in television and news and for the past three years has been pursuing his own vision for media with OZY Media.

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Coursera is an online education platform through which you can take courses from some of top educational institutions in the world, covering topics that range from the humanities and arts to computer science and coding. It takes a lot of work behind the scenes, though, to keep Coursera's catalogue up and running for their 22 million users while also innovating for the future.

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Technology may come first in Silicon Valley but it's no easy task creating the infrastructure in which people can do their best work. Arden Hoffman has been creating that framework at Dropbox, where she leads their human resources team in guiding the company's internal workings and recruiting new talent.

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ROBLOX is part virtual world, part development platform and part massively multiplayer online game. David Baszucki created it 10 years ago along with his co-founder Erik Cassel, and it's gradually snowballed in popularity, particularly among kids and teenagers.

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Mary Roach wants to you to be uncomfortable, but intrigued. Her books examine the unexpected, curious minutiae of managing the human body and the science of how we deal with our own limitations.

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It should come as little surprise that the creator of Asana, a popular project management tool, dutifully tracks his own work with eager intent. Every little detail matters to Justin Rosenstein, from the minutiae of how his product works to the five glasses of water carefully lined in a row on his desk in preparation for the day.