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3. READ. LOOK. THINK.

3. Read. Look. Think.

Some items of interest.

READ.

LOOK.

THINK.

  • “I apologize to readers that I do not post photos of my babes online as I wish to protect the space and privacy of my family.” | Keri Smith
  • Implementing strategies in extreme negotiations | Harvard Business Review
  • Academically talented young people need the same kind of mental skills training given to athletes and artistic performers to help them deal with the pressure that comes with being gifted | Association for Psychological Science
  • DIY climate modelling | Climate Wizard
  • Childhood being eroded by modern life, experts warn | Telegraph
  • Asking about politics ruins people’s sense of well-being | WSJ
  • The glass-half-full beat: exploring the positive news niche.” | CJR (I have been thinking about the need for something like this for a very long time. It’s not being a Pollyanna, it’s about managing your energy and positivity to stay engaged in big issues over a long period of time – let alone take an active role in finding solutions.)
  • Scientists: We underestimate the pleasure nature gives us.

LINKNESS.

  • My wrap up of the week’s top strategy + creativity + marketing reads on Nextness.