Monthly Archives: March, 2015

Link Love (2015-03-28)

Thought-provoking Ricardo Semler: How to run a company with (almost) no rules – TED “What is it that is so threatening about the idea that your country may not be perfect? What, even, is so threatening about the idea that your country has in the past committed acts of atrocity? Perhaps this is born of the …

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Link Love (2015-03-21)

Thought-provoking “Of course it feels horrible and makes you defensive to open up about something that you probably have your own lifetime of culturally-received stigmas and fears about, and the other person derails the whole thing and erases you and your experience in favor of their perception of you or their need to be an …

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Quick Lit March 2015

I realized that I’m reading much less fiction than I used to. 5-6 years ago about 75% of my books were fiction – these days it’s rather the other way around. I think it might partly be because I don’t have as much time to just get lost in a book, as I used to …

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Link Love (2015-03-14)

Thought-provoking Ben Ambridge: 10 myths about psychology, debunked – TED “In my opinion, we do an enormous “let them eat cake” disservice to our community when we obfuscate the circumstances that help us write, publish and in some way succeed. I can’t claim the wealth of the first author (not even close); nor do I …

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Link Love (2015-03-07)

Thought-provoking The FBI’s Top Hostage Negotiator Teaches You How to Lower Your Bills – Barking Up the Wrong Tree “Expected Value, or EV, is the fundamental building block of decision-making. If you don’t understand it, whether by name or not, you are not making optimal decisions. If you do understand it, at least you stand …

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Writer’s Wednesday: The Better Baby Book by Lana Asprey, MD & David Asprey

The Better Baby Book: How to Have a Healthier, Smarter, Happier Baby by Lana Asprey, MD and David Asprey (of Bulletproof Executive) is interesting and thought-provoking, take what makes sense to you and leave the rest. The book revolves around these basic principles: Eat the right foods. Take the right supplements. Detoxify your body before, during, …

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