Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 22 Apr (Wed) – Forget Buffett the investor. Follow Buffett the manager; 8-year-old girl earns $173,000 monthly from YouTube channel; Elon Musk’s first wife explains what it takes to become a billionaire: “Shift your focus away from what you want (a billion dollars) and get deeply, intensely curious about what the world wants and needs”

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  • Forget Buffett the investor. Follow Buffett the manager: Fortune
  • Elon Musk’s first wife explains what it takes to become a billionaire: “Shift your focus away from what you want (a billion dollars) and get deeply, intensely curious about what the world wants and needs”: BI
  • 8-year-old girl earns $173,000 monthly from YouTube channel: AsiaOne
  • Becoming Powerful Makes You Less Empathetic: HBR
  • In praise of caregivers; When a loved one requires long-term care, how many of us can really go the distance?: TheStar
  • Lose your fear of ridicule and think more like a designer; Start-ups can learn from the ‘make and fail’ design approach, writes Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia: FT
  • How to become known as the best in your field: BI
  • Goh’s folly? No, Jurong is Goh’s glory: AsiaOne
  •  ‘The Little Prince’ trailer looks better than anything Pixar has made in years: BI
  • The Imagination Gap: Business leaders in at least 16 sectors are still not fully prepared for the digital transformation of their industries: Strategy&
  • Eight Key Points of Blue Ocean Strategy: Insead
  • 8 habits of curious people: FastCo
  • Brand camp: how to market a family business: CampdebFB
  • ‘Daredevil’ and the fantasy of an easy fight against gentrification: WaPo
  • Smart Arms Control the Potential Chaos of Octopus Movement; How does an octopus control eight highly flexible and independent arms so well?: NYT
  • The World’s Most Reputable Companies In 2015: Forbes
  • Why Worrying About Competition Can Destroy Your Business: Forbes
  • Why finding the right career is as rare as getting a seat on a rocket ship: Fotune
  • ‘Vague’ Japanese language can be maddeningly specific: JT
  • Why “Company Culture” Is a Misleading Term: HBR
  • There Are Still Only Two Ways to Compete: HBR
  • Why So Many of Us Experience a Midlife Crisis: HBR
  • Still Hungering for Tech Knowledge, Corporate Directors Pay for Education: WSJ
  • The Trouble With Grading Employees; Performance ratings such as ‘meets expectations’ sap workers’ morale, but firms aren’t sure they can do without them: WSJ
  • Your Total Addressable Market Stat Is Probably a Lie: Hunterwalk
  • What I’d tell myself about startups if I could go back 5 years. TQ
  • This meditation teacher has an amazing explanation – and solution – for why so many of us can’t escape the voice in our heads: BI
  • LearnVest CEO shares her 2 favorite interview questions: Tell me about a time on a Sunday that you were thinking about going back to work and you hated your job. Why? What was it?: BI

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