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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Just a little bit of almost any kind of exercise and you can be happier. And… once you do a little bit, you may want to do a little bit more. Even A Little Exercise Might Make Us Happier (NY Times)
- Good leadership starts with asking questions… not immediately offering solutions and looking for buy in. One Mistake Never To Make When Leading a Meeting. (Artofmanliness)
- Salah plays the beautiful game beautifully (and effectively). Only a matter of time until he is compared to the best in the world. Mo Salah of Liverpool Breaks Down Cultural Barriers, One Goal at a Time. (NY Times)
- For young and old alike, maintaining those human connections is important for health. Americans Are A Lonely Lot (NPR)
- One of my favorite quotes: “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again” Roosevelt on the Cowardice of Cynicism and the Courage to Create… (Brain Pickings)
- In Berkeley, we are building permanent supportive housing, temporary tiny housing for youth, and creating Pathways to permanent housing. We need to build More housing – lots of it. Where Can the Homeless Go? (Washington Post)
- This happens more often than we think. And it’s so simple… be frugal, save more, buy equities and hold on patiently. Unfortunately, it may be simple, but it is anything BUT easy. 96 Year-Old Secretary Quietly Amasses Fortune, Donates $8.2 Million. (NY Times)
- The ‘Average’ American, obviously, doesn’t live in the Bay Area. How Does the Average American Spend Their Paycheck: See How You Compare. (USA Today)