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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- You CAN get better at anything. It’s simple… and it’s hard. The Equation That Will Make You Better at Everything (Brad Stulberg – Outside)
- Friendship is one of the core requirements for happiness and contentment. How to Make Friends, According to Science (Ben Healy – The Atlantic)
- Remove the judgment, our renewal begins one-to-one with an architecture for kids’ success. Where American Renewal Begins (David Brooks – NY Times)
- Peer pressure NEVER goes away. How Coalitional Instincts Make Weird Groups and Stupid People (Timothy Taylor – Conversable Economist)
- Teach them to be grateful they can walk through a forest with a friend and when they fall, which is inevitable; know they can pick themselves back up. 5 Ways to Instill Happiness In Your Kid (Common Sense Media – Huffington Post)
- You simply CANNOT outguess markets – or – Stay Diversified. Peter Westaway [Head of Investment Strategy for Vanguard – Europe]: a PHD in Economics Won’t Make You A Better Investor (Robin Powell – Evidence Based Investor)
- In wealthy countries at least, more GDP may not be the right “big picture” measurement. The Growth Delusion: An Interview with David Pilling (Jared Bernstein – Washington Post)
- Wage increases ALWAYS lag GDP growth and low unemployment… queue wage increases. News Release – Bureau of Labor Statistics (U.S. Department of Labor)