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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Have a behavior you’d like to change? Try adding a ritual. Performing [even] meaningless rituals boosts our self-control through making us feel more self-disciplined. (British Psychological Society Research Digest – Tomasz Witkowski)
- Life is simple: lead with your values and keep getting better! Happiness Is Tied to your Emotional Intelligence. Here Are Three Traits Happy People Have In Common. (Inc. – Michael Schneider)
- How is it that we always think things are horrible – even when things re improving? It’s our hardware. The World Isn’t as Bad as Your Wired Brain Tells You (WSJ – Christopher Mims)
- Why some things seem more expensive than they really are… the unexpected. Emergencies Cost Extra (Seth’’ Blog – Seth Godin)
- To have a friend… be a friend. If you’re wondering why you lost friends in adulthood, this is probably why. (Vox – Lackie Luo)
- Let’s talk about money. We’re All Afraid To Talk About Money. Let’s Break the Taboo (NYTimes – Kristin Wong)
- Maybe money really does help people lead more satisfying lives. The dangers of making conclusions with small sample sizes. Money Really Does Lead to a More Satisfying Life. (NYTimes – Justin Wolfers)
- Is disaggregation the first step in designing an economy that works for everyone? The Washington Center for Equitable Growth applauds the introduction of the “Measuring Real Income Growth Act of 2018 (Equitable Growth)