Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today, besides being New Year's Eve in many countries (Happy New Year!), is the anniversary of Auld Lang Syne? The grand old song of New Year's Eve, "Auld Lang Syne," was first played as a new year's song by Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians at the Hotel Roosevelt Grill … Continue reading Did you know…

Logistics – Newsletter.


Insiders Japan's growing thirst for wine In a nation that is traditionally known for sake, people are quickly emptying bottles of another kind. Read Later LATEST STORIES Insiders When disaster strikes: How real-time information saves lives Read Later Connections The titanic task of airlifting four 140-tonne metal monsters Read Later Connections Championing Muay Thai: A … Continue reading Logistics – Newsletter.

Weekly quotes


Dr. Seuss "Maybe Christmas, the Grinch thought, doesn't come from a store." via Today's Quote http://bit.ly/2ppBnmm December 24, 2018 at 11:38AM via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/dr_seuss Charles Dickens "I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year." via Today's Quote http://bit.ly/2j7QSJb December 25, 2018 at 11:38AM via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/charles_dickensContinue reading Weekly quotes

Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is the Festival of Enormous Changes at the Last Minute? On the next to last day of the year, before you must begin work on your new resolutions, take time out today to complete work on your previous year's resolutions. Make those changes! 😉 ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "We … Continue reading Did you know…

The Relentlessness of Modern Parenting – The New York Times


“As the gap between rich and poor increases, the cost of screwing up increases,” said Philip Cohen, a sociologist at the University of Maryland who studies families and inequality. “The fear is they’ll end up on the other side of the divide.” via The Relentlessness of Modern Parenting - The New York Times

My fav : Brainpickings.org newsletter


This is the brainpickings.org weekly digest by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — a 100-year-old Holocaust survivor on how books save lives, Nietzsche's brilliant thought experiment illustrating the key to existential contentment — you can catch up right here. (ALSO: Don't miss the annual review of the best of Brain Pickings 2018.) And if you are enjoying … Continue reading My fav : Brainpickings.org newsletter

Using Neuroscience to Make Feedback Work and Feel Better


Why Feedback Matters Feedback isn’t just a ritual of the modern workplace. It’s the means by which organisms, across a variety of life-forms and time periods, have adapted to survive. To University of Sheffield cognitive scientist Tom Stafford, feedback is the essence of intelligence. “Thanks to feedback we can become more than simple programs with … Continue reading Using Neuroscience to Make Feedback Work and Feel Better

Say Goodbye To Sugar! – Tim Sniffen – Medium


Sugar. It’s everywhere, we consume too much, and the health risks are impossible to ignore. Ready to take action? Sure, reducing your sugar intake can feel like an insurmountable challenge. But thousands have made the jump… and so can you. Lasting dietary changes are of course the long game, but there are lots of ways … Continue reading Say Goodbye To Sugar! – Tim Sniffen – Medium

Why Service And Success Are Siblings


“I’ve learned that people will forget what you’ve said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou To understand the best way forward, we often have to look back. A typical beginning for any career is figuring out how to get the best job, … Continue reading Why Service And Success Are Siblings

Why Our Brains Fall for False Expertise, and How to Stop It


via Why Our Brains Fall for False Expertise, and How to Stop It ORGANIZATIONS & PEOPLE Why Our Brains Fall for False Expertise, and How to Stop It Once we are aware of the shortcuts our minds take when deciding who to listen to, we can take steps to block those shortcuts. by Khalil Smith   … Continue reading Why Our Brains Fall for False Expertise, and How to Stop It

ROK Movement – Random Acts of Kindness.


Bake for your neighbour Put your phone down and have a conversation with a friend Make an effort to get to know someone you don’t usually talk to Surroundings looking messy? Tidy up the area around you Help someone struggling with heavy bags POSTED IN: ARTICLES JAY PARKHE LIKED, ©COPYRIGHT 2019 DHANANJAY PARKHE, DHANANJAY PARKHE, R&R- READ AND RECOMMEND, ROK … Continue reading ROK Movement – Random Acts of Kindness.

A Year-end Checklist That Will Make You a Much Better Leader – Lolly Daskal | Leadership | Lolly Daskal


As with everything in life, if you want to improve you need to see where you are and where you want to go. To succeed (or stay successful) in leadership, you need to see what you did this past year and where you want to go in the new year. On the other hand, the … Continue reading A Year-end Checklist That Will Make You a Much Better Leader – Lolly Daskal | Leadership | Lolly Daskal

Using Neuroscience to Make Feedback Work and Feel Better


Using Neuroscience to Make Feedback Work and Feel Better Research shows that using feedback is how organisms — and organizations — stay alive. Here’s how leaders can make the most of the anxiety-producing process. by David Rock, Beth Jones, and Chris Weller PDF Illustration by Lars Leetaru A version of this article appeared in the … Continue reading Using Neuroscience to Make Feedback Work and Feel Better

Good Leaders Don’t Disappear – ( I’ll follow me ! )


The simplest questions sometimes hold the greatest potential for insight. As a leader, consider this one: Would you follow you? Not you on your best day, or your worst day, but on a typical day — when you’re communicating, solving problems, and making decisions with the natural tendencies that shape the character of your unique leadership … Continue reading Good Leaders Don’t Disappear – ( I’ll follow me ! )

The Unifying Theory of Alcohol – Dan Kieran – Medium


Giving up booze turned out to be incredibly easy once I thought of it not as denying myself something but as deciding not to regularly ingest a depressant. Above all it was a relief. When you home in on the absence of that grouchy feeling not drinking makes you feel like a superhero. You wake … Continue reading The Unifying Theory of Alcohol – Dan Kieran – Medium

A Millionaire Stunned Me With This Deep Question That Will Make You Think Hard About Your Life


If life is great—if you’re happy, satisfied, content, and fulfilled — why would you change anything? If everything is the way you want it to be, why bother asking this question at all? via A Millionaire Stunned Me With This Deep Question That Will Make You Think Hard About Your Life