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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 11 Apr (Sat) – Louis C.K. has a characteristically no-frills way of making sure his daughters aren’t spoiled; Here’s the powerful essay that got a high school senior into all 8 Ivy League schools; Chasing Happiness: ‘No one will be happy if tormented by the thought of someone else who is happier,’ Seneca said

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  • Louis C.K. has a characteristically no-frills way of making sure his daughters aren’t spoiled: BI
  • Here’s the powerful essay that got a high school senior into all 8 Ivy League schools: BI
  • High school student who just got into all 8 Ivy League schools shares 4 keys to success: BI
  • Chasing Happiness: ‘No one will be happy if tormented by the thought of someone else who is happier,’ Seneca said. WSJ
  • Brainstorming with Marc Andreessen: Fortune
  • Making a Big Decision When You’re Not Sure Which Choice Is Right: TinyBuddha
  • 4 Key Ingredients For Creating An Ideas Incubator; When fostering in-house innovation, companies need to understand exactly what startups thrive on. FastCo
  • Harvard Business School Makes Nearly $200 Million a Year Selling Case Studies; The school has cornered the market with a product its rivals use: Bloomberg
  • CFOs Unhappy with Budget Process; Only 37 percent of CFOs and finance leaders say their organization’s approach to annual budgeting is valuable, and, of those, all of them think it needs be improved: AT
  • Boeing just patented a bizarre ‘cuddle chair’ that could revolutionize how we sleep on airplanes: BI
  • James Dyson lines up his son as successor by buying his lighting company: Telegraph
  • Her Stinging Critiques Propel Young Adult Best Sellers; Julie Strauss-Gabel, the Dutton publisher who has developed many of the star writers who are reshaping children’s literature, is known for her unconventional taste and stinging critiques. NYT
  • Why a Harvard Professor Has Mixed Feelings When Students Take Jobs in Finance: NYT
  • The Rise of Cooperative Games: In Pandemic and other cooperative games, players work together toward a common objective: WSJ
  • Science Books That Made Modernity: Darwin’s radical ideas were accepted surprisingly quickly by an English public already steeped in science.: WSJ

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