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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Are you a puppet controlled by your stressed-out emotions… Pause before you react instinctively. Beyond Fight or Flight (Lion’s Roar – Gabriel Cohen)
- No matter how much you love doing a thing – sometimes it is going to FEEL like work. ‘Find Your Passion’ Is Awful Advice (The Atlantic – Olga Khazan)
- Time is the most valuable (because it is non-renewable) thing we spend every day. Seneca on the Shortness of Time (Farnam Street)
- A beautiful re-interpretation of the gorilla experiment. It isn’t that we don’t see, it’s that we see exactly what we are looking for and nothing more. The Fallacy of Obviousness (aeon – Teppo Felin)
- You can say that again… and again… and again. The Media is Great at Blowing Things Out of Proportion (Abnormal Returns – Tadas Viskanta)
- Friendship is the dominant variable in human happiness. Make sure your kids understand it. Talking with Kids about Friendship (Sunshine Parenting – Audrey Monke)
- It’s important to have the right kinds of friends, especially as we age. The Power of Positive People (The NY Times – Tara Parker-Pope)
- I love Richard Thaler’s work and this is a fantastic interview. People Aren’t Dumb, The World is Hard (Freakonomics – Stephen J. Dubner)