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‘Shark Tank’ investor Robert Herjavec shares 6 business lessons he learned from waiting tables; 4 Powerful Mantras to Help You Deal with Fear and Anxiety; 7 ways mentally strong people take advantage of solitude – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 25 Jul (Sat)

Life

  • ‘Shark Tank’ investor Robert Herjavec shares 6 business lessons he learned from waiting tables: BI
  • 4 Powerful Mantras to Help You Deal with Fear and Anxiety: TinyBuddha
  • 7 ways mentally strong people take advantage of solitude: BI
  • The Singular Mind of Terry Tao: A prodigy grows up to become one of the greatest mathematicians in the world.: NYT
  • Dangers of the culture of obedience: Star
  • Father of modern human resources: Rather than ‘roadblocks, impediments and policy police’, HR units can instead be enablers of business results, says consultant Dave Ulrich. BT
  • How These Independent Artists Reached No. 1 On The iTunes Chart: Forbes
  • The Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and Disease: BP

Books

  • Floating City: A Rogue Sociologist Lost and Found in New York’s Underground Economy: Amazon

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An Investing Principles Checklist From Poor Charlie’s Almanack; Why you should pursue your dreams even if no one encourages you; Why a safe job is risky business – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 24 Jul (Fri)

Life

  • Why you should pursue your dreams even if no one encourages you: BI
  • Why a safe job is risky business for Singapore: ST
  • This is what makes Mark Zuckerberg an excellent CEO: The willingness to admit failure and the ability to understand and recognize disruption before it takes hold: BI
  • Lee Kuan Yew had ‘very deep influence’ on me: PM Lee: BT
  • Creator Toru Iwatani explains why people have loved Pac-Man for 35 years; “The reason why Pac-Man has been a worldwide hit for so long is because we considered human feelings when developing the concept for this game, he appeals to simple human emotions: Fortune
  • 9 habits of the most influential people: BI
  • The More Experience You Have, the Worse You Are at Bootstrapping: HBR
  •  20 successful entrepreneurs share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s: BI
  • The 3 things that separate a leader from a manager: Managers keep an organization functioning and leaders work to build a shared vision. Managers rely on control and leaders inspire trust. BI
  • How to identify annoying tourist-trap restaurants; Good restaurants are often situated away from popular locations.: AsiaOne
  • Why half of the life you experience is over by age 7: WaPo
  • How Happy Do Weekends Actually Make Us? A new study finds that people who like their jobs aren’t any happier on the weekends: Bloomberg
  • How Shiism evolved: Powers of persuasion; Modern Shiites have a long and complicated history: Economist
  • The enemy within: Rogue employees can wreak more damage on a company than competitors: Economist
  • Strategies to soothe disrupted staff: FT
  • Four of the five musicians with the biggest vocabularies are rappers—and the fifth is Bob Dylan: qz
  • How a Cartoon Caption Contest Can Make You a Better Writer: HBR
  • A Quick Guide to Avoiding Common Writing Errors: HBR
  • Teaching Social Skills to Improve Grades and Lives: NYT
  • Children With Autism Shouldn’t Be Forced to Socialize; Of course this doesn’t mean that children with autism are void of feelings, empathy or love; they are just less interested in pleasing others; people with autism place less emphasis on preserving their reputation or the impressions they leave. It is often these types of people who will advance society because they aren’t scared to suggest new ideas and stand out from the crowd in fear of embarrassment or ostracism. Conversation

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