Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 8 May (Fri) – What 13 highly successful people read every morning: Buffett reads the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the New York Times, USA Today, the Omaha World-Herald, and the American Banker in the mornings


  • What 13 highly successful people read every morning: BI
  • Danger of doing the right thing; We all have a moral accounting system. We need to become aware of the process, and learn to stay the repeat the good: KT
  • 11 years ago, a mom wrote one letter a day to her daughter to help her through 6th grade – and her advice is timeless: BI
  • Competing With Ordinary Resources: MIT
  • 10 Core Questions That Will Tell You If You’re Ready To Become A Thought Leader: Forbes
  • Here’s how standardized tests like the SAT have poisoned America’s classrooms: BI
  •  Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Q&A: What to Do When People Say ‘You Suck’: Bloomberg
  • Chess champion Magnus Carlsen told us how he decides to make a move, and it’s not what we expected: BI
  • The eight essentials of innovation; Strategic and organizational factors are what separate successful big-company innovators from the rest of the field. McKinsey
  • Dogbert Explains ‘Diversification’ In Today’s Market: Zerohedge
  • Daniel Loeb Criticizes Warren Buffett, in a Rare Public Swipe: Hedge-fund investor Loeb sees a ‘disconnect’ between words and deeds of esteemed Berkshire CEO: WSJ
  • Learning the Language of Indirectness: HBR
  • What Big Companies Get Wrong About Innovation Metrics: HBR
  • How to Give a Killer Presentation: HBR
  • Warren Buffett Under Attack On Multiple Fronts: Forbes
  • Kynikos Associates Jim Chanos thinks the weak minded follow personalities, while the strong follow ideas: VW
  • In the NBA, No Job Is Safe; Why winning coaches are still getting fired despite success on the sidelines: WSJ
  • My Number One Advice for Startups or VCs: Conviction > Consensus: BSOTT
  • Why Compassion Is a Better Managerial Tactic than Toughness: HBR

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