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The Power of Admitting Your Own Errors-Like Tom Brady? Michelangelo on Poverty, Creative Integrity, and the Right Not To Be Interrupted – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 31 Jul (Fri)

Life

  • The Power of Admitting Your Own Errors-Like Tom Brady? WSJ
  • Michelangelo on Poverty, Creative Integrity, and the Right Not To Be Interrupted: BP
  • 5 easy steps to building a phenomenally successful career in any field: Be deeply curious about advancing in your field. Learn how to get the people around you to do the best they can. Care deeply. BI
  • Programming for four-year-olds: How to teach computer science in nursery school: Economist
  • This one-minute morning routine can improve your productivity all day long: BI
  • The ‘cookie monster’ study reveals how power corrupts people: BI
  • Want to be president? Show us how you’d handle a disaster. WaPo
  • I just binge-read eight books by Donald Trump. Here’s what I learned. WaPo
  • Never too early to start succession planning in a family business; From the moment the Yung Kee restaurant sold its first goose in Wellington Street, Central, in the 1960s, its founder Kam Shui-fai groomed two of his sons for management roles. Following his death, the younger son Ronald Kam Kwan-lai underhandedly stripped the eldest son Kinsen Kam Kwan-sing of his management role at the restaurant: SCMP
  •  7 scientists who are helping us understand how the world works: BI
  •  8 classic novels that will make you a better leader: BI

Books

  • The Resilient Enterprise: Overcoming Vulnerability for Competitive Advantage: Amazon

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