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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Ask these 90-year old seniors. Is it ever to late to start strength training? Preventing Muscle Loss as We Age (NYTimes – Jane E. Brody)
- Read! It’s good for your brain. What Does Immersing Yourself In a Book Do To Your Brain? (Literary Hub – Maryanne Wolf)
- Start early with your kids on developing their emotional quotient (EQ). This Is How To Raise Emotionally Intelligent Kids: 5 Secrets From Research (Bakadesuyo – Eric Barker)
- Martin Buber’s I and Thou was one of my favorite books in college. He beautifully described how best to BE with our fellow humans. Consider the Tree: Martin Buber on the Discipline of Not Objectifying… (BrainPickings – Maria Popova)
- Including linkages to ‘happiness’ within your goals can improve happiness. Setting Goals For Happiness Can Actually Make You Happier… (Bustle – Mika Doyle)
Money & Business:
- Hallelujah! It looks as if Gary Ray is lurching towards being small business consultant. Honesty in the Balance (Quest For Fun – Gary Ray)
- I’ve read hundreds of articles and dozens of books pursuing the question, “What makes us successful.” This is as good a summary as I have ever seen… to what are YOU unreasonably committed? Unreasonably Committed (Dennis Moseley Williams)
- Markets are not predictable in any helpful way. You can’t trade your way to improve return or avoid loss. There are no consistent advantages to be found… Surrender. Fool Me Three Times and I Give Up (Collaborative Fund – Morgan Housel)