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Google cofounder Sergey Brin says these 2 books changed his life; What if the objective of one’s life is something other than optimization of discrete blocks of time and monetizing that time? – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 22 Jul (Wed)

Life

  • Google cofounder Sergey Brin says these 2 books changed his life: BI
  • 30 inspiring quotes from super-successful people that every professional should read: BI
  • 10 Simple Statements That Will Make You Think Differently; Short bits of wisdom from good books. Fool
  • “A single kindness can change everything” ; Pixar’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Trailer Promises a Visually Stunning, Emotional Journey: WSJ
  • Do You Know What Your Time Is Really Worth? New online tools help people value an hour; the time vs. money trade-off; What if the objective of one’s life is something other than optimization of discrete blocks of time and monetizing that time? WSJ
  • How to write, according to the woman who wrote some of Pink Floyd’s biggest hits: qz
  • 7 Challenges Successful People Overcome: Forbes
  • In big move, Accenture will get rid of annual performance reviews and rankings; “The art of leadership is not to spend your time measuring, evaluating,” ; The death knell for performance (review) anxiety?: WaPoTheAge
  • Here’s how to get through the workday after a sleepless night: BI
  • I tried a strange fruit some scientists think could solve world hunger: BI
  • After more than a decade, one of the best comic series which showed why adults should care about fairy tales is coming to an end: BI
  • How to preserve a startup culture as a company grows: Forbes

Books

  • Why Don’t We Learn from History?: Amazon
  • Myths and Mortals: Family Business Leadership and Succession Planning; Review: Myths and Mortals, Why Family Business Succession Fails: Amazon, FT
  • The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism : Amazon
  • Book: The Biology of Desire: Why Addiction Is Not a Disease; Kicking the Habit: If addiction is a brain disease, addicts are mad, sick and defective. If it’s a failure of will, users are bad, immoral and weak.: WSJ

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