Becoming a Morning Person and Ending Insomnia from Humbled MBA
Information diet to deal with info overload:
How to win at school….(how to make good grades, etc…)
Coffee vs. tea infographic from lifehacker:
Creative thinking resource (the whole page, not just the one I’ve linked to):
Less formal–but perhaps more organizational:
Leadership/Personal growth membership:
Mojo, Dave Logan, GTD, etc.. (9.99 a month)
“The Internet isn’t going anywhere, but if people value calmer, more contemplative thought, they need to change the way they use the technology. The goal should be to clear considerable portions of your day for working, conversing, thinking, and playing without the mediation (or the interruption) of screen technologies,” says Nicholas Carr, author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated book, “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains”.
Carr is also a proponent of taking extensive breaks from connectivity.
“Once you start doing that – and I would emphasize that even modest cutbacks in connectivity are difficult to pull off – I think you’ll fairly quickly begin to have a better perspective on the proper role for digital media in your life,” Carr continued in his interview in Rotman Magazine.
—From Early to Rise
Helpful biz book summaries:
I need to find a larger repository of quality biz book summaries….
An interesting tool for changemakers in organizations–the blog itself is quite interesting:
More philosophy than hack (also fairly realist/materialist/rationalist)–but interesting to think about still:
About thinking, problem solving, & innovation:
This is more K-12 education reform/curriculum reform, but interesting none-the-less:
The CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence, Dr. Neha Sangwan is an Internal Medicine physician and corporate communication strategist empowering healthcare practitioners, organizational leaders and corporate employees in their own self-care. Dr. Sangwan is an international speaker and media spokeswoman on the topics of conflict resolution, leadership and team transition, power and hierarchy, stress management, and employee wellness.
This looks interesting–a TED talk about saving tomorrow–ie habits & investment:
Positive psychology in the workplace:
I want to check out this or rather these–from 2011 & 2012:
Dave Logan at TED
Dave Logan Interview on Tribal Leadership
Dave Logan at Google via Tech Talks:
Not sure exactly what this is: MIT Lean Product development:
Research briefs on productivity from IT:
Ray Lewis pump up/coaching speech (roughly PG-13):
Logical fallacies are just heuristics–but here is a cool visualization:
Interesting discussion of science of nutrition & health (I think in the context of supplements)–I don’t think its in the context of food–which is a HUGE difference:
Science Stage offers some potentially interesting videos:
Philosophy & psychology are likely interesting areas….
Creativity & motivation & positive psychology:
Decent productivity tips for our tech-centric generation (I mostly like that its a simple visual tool or job aid, depending on how you look at it).
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