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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 13 Apr (Mon) – Andy Warhol: Don’t Make a Problem of your Problems, How a Person Gets Disciplined, and The Value of Time on Values

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  • Andy Warhol: Don’t Make a Problem of your Problems, How a Person Gets Disciplined, and The Value of Time on Values: Farnam
  • How Pixar Solves Problems From The Inside Out: Techcrunch
  • 3 leaders who shaped Mr Lee’s evolution: India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Henry Kissinger, Taiwan’s Chiang Ching-kuo: AsiaOne
  • Doubt Yourself Less, Back Yourself More: Forbes
  • Six Strategy Traps: Farnam
  • Elon Musk: A Framework for Thinking: Farnam
  • Endless options can be exhausting. We need to know when choice matters: Guardian
  • Judi Dench’s Advice to Her 30-Year-Old Self, From Coping with Fear to Subverting the Norm: Stylist
  • Twenty-First Century Stoic — From Zen to Zeno: How I Became a Stoic: BB
  • What’s More Important to You: the Initial Rush of Prose or the Self-Editing and Revision That Come After It?: NYT
  • Chemistry Departments Try to Attract More Students by Retooling the Major; Universities begin to overhaul traditional curricula in science field that some worry is churning out too few graduates for nation’s needs: WSJ
  • 12 highly influential people share the morning routines that set them up for success: BI
  • How Australian scientists are bending the rules to get research funding: TheAge
  • Is more information making us more wise?: JP
  • Whistleblow for a bright future; whistleblowers get between 10% and 30% of the money collected by the SEC. This has proven to be a powerful incentive for people to come forward and report wrongdoings in the capital market.: TheStar

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