The Mashup: Advice from millionaires, AGT and cuteness alert!
Advice from millionaires
The most successful people in the world are sharing their advice on how to think visually, find balance and take control.
This advice comes from several leaders compiled by Entrepreneur Magazine.
Author Tim Leberecht says as machines take our jobs, the only work left for humans will be the kind of work done beautifully rather than efficiently.
Jake Knapp from Google Venture says write your big ideas and problem-solving techniques on big whiteboards around a room, and watch the magic happen.
Tim Ferris who wrote the book "Tools of Titans" says wake up at least an hour before you have to be at a computer screen. Make a cup of tea, sit down with a pen and paper and write down things that make you anxious, then tackle one of them.
Author Cal Newport says stop checking and responding to emails in the evening or after dinner. He says you are reducing effectiveness the next day.
There's one video that you have to see!
Nine-year-old Angelica Hale from Atlanta, Georgia went on America's Got Talent and absolutely killed it!
Hale has been raising money with her singing since she recovered from a kidney transplant when she was 4 years old.
She told the judges she wants to be the next Whitney Houston.
Cute Alert: Crib antics
A video from a family's baby monitor shows a boy putting a chain in his little brother's crib and showing him how to escape.
You can hear the brother say "You can do it," and "I'll catch you," before the little one crawls out and is caught by his big brother.
Then they run out of the nursery together.