Your brain is a muscle (or so I was told). Just like your exercise routine, you won’t see any improvement if you neglect intellectual pursuits.

Fortunately, with so many influential people and organizations sharing their expertise in the social field, it’s easy to keep your brain sharp. We’ve created a list of LinkedIn accounts for you to follow while you search for this information.

1. Susan Cain

Whether you’re just starting your career or a manager supporting your top talent, Susan Cain has something to teach each of us. He is the co-founder of Quiet Revolution and author of the award-winning New York Times bestseller QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.

Cain gives much-needed credit to the quiet inhabitants of the world and shows how often we overlook and belittle introverts. His expertise on the subject has appeared in publications such as The Atlantic, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. And Ted Talk has over 18 million views.

She regularly shares helpful business advice for introverts on LinkedIn.

2. Arlene Dickinson

If you’ve ever watched an episode of CBC’s award-winning series Dragon’s Den or The Big Decision, you’ve probably heard of Arlene Dickinson. She is one of Canada’s most iconic entrepreneurs and author of the best-selling books Persuasion and Everything.

As you can imagine, this self-made millionaire has a few things to teach us about how to manage money and run a business. Dickinson also shares a monthly recap on LinkedIn with her latest inspirations.

3. Dr. Travis Bradberry

Most of us can probably be a little more emotional at work, and Dr. Travis Bradberry gives us simple ways to get there. Bradberry is an expert in emotional intelligence and the award-winning co-author of the best-selling Emotional Intelligence 2.0.

His work has appeared in publications such as Newsweek, BusinessWeek, and The Harvard Business Review. Additionally, Bradberry regularly writes and shares educational content on LinkedIn that makes emotional intelligence easy to understand and accessible. For example, 10 Things Confident People Don’t Do and 9 Bad Executive Habits That Make People Quit. If you’re looking for quick reading and helpful tips for navigating tough situations at work, Bradberry is worth following.

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4. Wealth is simple

Wealthsimple is an online investment platform that makes learning about personal finance and investing fun. His recurring series Money Diaries tells some pretty surprising stories, including interviews with people like Woody Harrelson, Margaret Atwood, and Tegan and Sara.

They’ve also launched a new series called Smart People Explain Things, where experts tackle tough finance-related topics. Follow Wealthsimple if you want investment tips or enjoy reading celebrity stories.

5. Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington, CEO of Thrive Global and founder of The Huffington Post, wants to change the way you think about career success. In her latest bestsellers, Thrive and The Sleep Revolution, she talks about the importance of improving awareness and well-being in the workplace.

On LinkedIn, she shares lessons on everything from the impact the internet has on our personalities to how to build trust in a team environment.

6. Kathryn Minshew

Kathryn Minshew is the co-author of The New Rules of Work and the co-founder and CEO of The Muse, a platform that helps people advance in their careers. She was featured on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list on Media and Inc.’s list of 15 Women to Watch at Tech.

On LinkedIn, Minshew shares stories about the changing business landscape and advocates for more inclusive, flexible policies so companies can retain their best talent longer.

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7. Space X

SpaceX was founded by Elon Musk with the mission to revolutionize space technology and enable humans to live on other planets. Thanks to some historical discoveries and discoveries, it’s no surprise that they were named one of the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2018 by Fast Company.

Follow SpaceX to keep up to date with the latest space technologies.

8. Bill Gates

Bill Gates, a veteran of the technology world, is an investor, author, philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft. Gates has a wealth of valuable insight and experience from his time at Microsoft and his ongoing work for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Educational posts on LinkedIn address a range of interests, whether chatting with Steven Pinker about human happiness or sharing groundbreaking research in the clean energy industry.

9. General Electricity

As discussed on the Moyens I/O podcast, General Electric (GE) has won multiple awards for creating social content that educates and inspires its audiences. (You may remember their #6secondsciencefair or their virtual reality series on science.)

On LinkedIn, they share company updates and technological advances, such as new MRI machines, and often invite LinkedIn followers to join discussions about discoveries in the field.

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10. Ryan Holmes

Ryan Holmes is CEO of Moyens I/O and author of The $4 Billion Tweet, Amazon’s best-selling social media guide for leaders. He shares his views on the world of technology and social media at Forbes, Fast Company and Inc. He also features as a global influencer on LinkedIn and Facebook.

Follow Holmes to learn about the latest social media trends, tips for business leaders, and ideas on how to create and maintain a positive company culture.

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11. Ann Handley

If you’re looking to brush up on your writing skills, Ann Handley is a good place to start. She is a digital marketing expert and author of The Wall Street Journal’s Best Selling Writer of Everyone she. She was featured as the most influential woman on social media in Forbes magazine and topped the list of 20 female bloggers in ForbesWoman.

Handley shares his marketing expertise and latest thoughts on writing on LinkedIn. If you enjoy reading the latest Oxford comma discussion or want helpful marketing tips, follow Handley.

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12. Adobe

As a leader in digital media creation, Adobe has a wealth of knowledge to impart to creators and brands. On LinkedIn, Adobe shares the latest trends in the digital space, along with expert tips on how to improve your strategies.

If you want to create better digital experiences for your brand, follow Adobe.

Follow these LinkedIn accounts to stay informed and curious. You will open your mind to new experiences, learn about your industry and make your business life more enjoyable.

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