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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 14 Apr (Tues) – JK Rowling reveals what she wishes someone had told her when she was first starting out; “It would’ve really helped to have someone who had had a measure of success come say to me, ‘You will fail. That’s inevitable. It’s what you do with it.'” How Charles Darwin used rest to be more productive — and how you can, too

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  • JK Rowling reveals what she wishes someone had told her when she was first starting out; “It would’ve really helped to have someone who had had a measure of success come say to me, ‘You will fail. That’s inevitable. It’s what you do with it.'”: BI
  • How Charles Darwin used rest to be more productive — and how you can, too: WaPo
  • Tips from Buffett, Bloomberg and Marina Abramović: Fortune
  • How Bill Gates’ singular focus both helped and hurt Microsoft: BI
  • There’s a funny reason why people didn’t understand how to use Google when it first launched: BI
  • Mr Lee ‘was careful not to let personality cult grow around him’: TODAY
  • Staying true to his ideals ‘best way to honour Mr Lee’: TODAY
  • Cyber criminals lead race to innovate: FT
  • Allowing disabled staff to flourish: ‘How do we make this work?’: FT
  • Why lying is a taboo even for the smoothest operators: FT
  • The faintly feudal life of a creative worker: FT
  • Why investing in workers makes companies richer; Companies such as Costco, Trader Joe’s, Nordstrom, Zappos, Lego, and others have higher employee satisfaction and outperform their competitors even though they pay more to their employees.: BI
  • Billionaire entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria shares his best advice for managers: BI
  • On raising kids who are more than “hoop jumpers”: A teenage TED speaker’s mom on how she encourages her sons to innovate: TED
  • Starting up is so painful, I will never want to do it again: GREE Founder: e27

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