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Nike’s founder reveals the best decision he ever made; What Generous People’s Brains Do Differently; “No artist is pleased… There is only a queer divine dissatisfaction, a blessed unrest that keeps us marching and makes us more alive than the others.” – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 2 Oct (Fri)

Life

  • Martha Graham on the Life-Force of Creativity and the Divine Dissatisfaction of Being an Artist; “No artist is pleased… There is only a queer divine dissatisfaction, a blessed unrest that keeps us marching and makes us more alive than the others.”: BP
  • Nike’s founder reveals the best decision he ever made: BI
  • What Generous People’s Brains Do Differently: HBR
  • How Gratitude Can Help Your Career: HBR
  • 4 Steps To Overcome Adversity And Amplify Your Success: Forbes
  • Old Money’s 7 Essential Ways to Stay Rich; Lessons from five centuries of safeguarding family money.: Bloomberg
  • How the Superwealthy Plan to Make Sure Their Kids Stay Superwealthy; Passing on a fortune isn’t as easy as it seems.: Bloomberg
  • Rewriting the Economic Rules; it’s insidious that farmers are buying genetically modified seeds. Attacking innovation is a strange way to save capitalism. WSJ
  • Nicolas Berggruen is on a crusade for ideas; wants to be “midwife” to new conceptual frameworks that can rank alongside the Reformation, the Enlightenment, Marxism or the Washington Consensus: FT
  • Psychiatrists use an old trick to get people to trust them with their secrets – and it works just as well in business: BI
  • Capitalism and its discontents: Anti-capitalism is being fuelled not just by capitalism’s vices but also by its virtues: Economist
  • 10 idioms from around the world that make absolutely no sense in English: BI
  • 8 bizarre German words with no English equivalent: BI
  • 3 brilliant ways to breeze through the mid-afternoon slump and have more energy all day: BI
  • Rewriting the Economic Rules; it’s insidious that farmers are buying genetically modified seeds. Attacking innovation is a strange way to save capitalism. WSJ

Books

  • First, Fast, Fearless: How to Lead Like a Navy SEAL : Amazon

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