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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Do you fear solitude? The boredom may be your best chance at real stimulation. The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You (Medium – Zat Rana)
- Too busy? Being Mindful of your time spend and doing a little time planning can actually give you more time. Pressed For Time? An Expert’s Solution (Next Avenue – Marci Alboher)
- Is there a difference between being a ‘good’ man and being a ‘real’ man? The Many Possible Meanings of the ‘Masculinity Crisis’ (The Atlantic – Alia Wong)
- Given the daily search for media catastrophism, there isn’t enough attention paid to the many ways in which our world is improving. New Evidence That the World Really Is Getting Better (Singularity Hub – Raya Bidshahri)
- Not every good decision has a good outcome. A good decision has a higher probability of a good outcome. And, a series of good decisions exponentially increases the probability of good outcomes. Why Bad Things Happen To Good Decisions (Farnam Street)
- Things ARE getting better all the time. But our minds seek the bad, the scary, and the dangerous… so much so that the list of bad, scary, & dangerous is expanding. The Despondent Mind: Are Our Brains Wired for Doom and Gloom? (Scientific America – Helen Shen)
- Just in case you find yourself always being critical (As I often do). 4 Ways to Focus on Your Kids’ Strengths (Sunshine Parenting – Audrey Monke)
- Short-term trust is like musical chairs – only measured at a moment of truth while otherwise giving the impression that everyone is having a good time. Immeasurably Important (Collaborative Fund – Morgan Housel)
- This guy deserves a medal… or a Nobel prize. Millions Are Hounded for Debt They Don’t Owe. One Victim Fought Back, With a Vengeance. (Bloomberg – Zeke Faux)