We are what we think.
We think about what we read.
There is so much that is unhelpful.
Let’s share some good bits.
What are you reading?
ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Every moment of every day… every single decision and choice is yours to make and will either move you forward or hold you back. No Matter What You Work For Yourself. (Medium)
- Know Thyself! Are you in ‘Comparison’ Mode or ‘Experience’ Mode? Distinction Bias: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices. (Medium)
- “Being Boss” is about “knowing what you want and being unapologetic about it. It’s being who you are, nurturing your talents, and sharing them with the world.” (Sunshine Parenting Book Review)
- How’s your sleep? Odds are… not so good. Have a hard time getting 8 hours? This is How to Sleep Better: 5 Secrets From Neuroscience. (bakadesuyo)
- As a board-gamer, RPG player, MTG player myself. I am a HUGE fan of “Game Night.” I just hope these bastards don’t blow it for the rest of us. Wall Street’s Latest Secretive Trend? Board Game Nights. (Bloomberg)
- Wonkish. There are many factors that affect individual “mobility” up the wealth ladder and the intergenerational transmission of income. Inequality of Educational Opportunity is only 1 of them. (UC Berkeley Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Jesse Rothstein).
- The developing world is catching up. It’s not that we are falling behind on an absolute basis, it’s that others are catching up because we aren’t growing as fast on a relative basis. Globalization Is Close to Its Holy Cow Moment. (Chicago Booth Review)