1% Extra Newsletter 10-02-23
The 1% Podcast – Season 13 Highlights
|Here are some of the guests featured in our Season 13 wrap-up episode:|
Des Bishop: an American-Irish comedian and is known for In America (2002), The Shooting Gallery and The Des Bishop Work Experience (2004).
Libby Sander: a leading expert on understanding the future of work, and how we can reimagine work to live more meaningful and creative lives.
Tessa Misiaszek: a speaker, writer, and professor who, throughout her professional and academic experience, has examined the intersection between marketing strategy and workplace culture.
Joe Mechlinski: a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and social entrepreneur who believes that an engaged workforce is the key to unlocking human potential.
Rita McGrath: a best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and longtime professor at Columbia Business School.
Insight of the Week
“Influencers don’t make money by following their advice but by selling it.”
Stress management and leadership through mindfulness
by Shay Dalton
“One cannot expect to manage others effectively if they do not manage themselves well. That means being aware of your emotions and thoughts, processing and regulating them, and effectively dealing with high levels of sustained stress and its ripples.”
Other Article Recommendations
Performance & Growth
Poise: The Key Personality Trait for Worldly Success (dariousforoux)
When in doubt, do less (ryanholiday)
New Cognitive Research Shows Gaining Knowledge and Achieving Mastery Come Down to the Rule of 7 (Inc)
Learning, Fast and Slow: Do Intensive Learning Projects Work Better Than Slow Ones? (scotthyoung)
Everything You Can’t Have (collabfund)
Eight of the best techniques for evaluating someone’s character (tedgiaoia)
Five ways to set yourself up for success (bigthink)
Why making new friends in adulthood is so difficult (guardian)
The Psychology Of Why You Should Exercise Is Changing. That’s A Good Thing (romper)
Business, Innovation & Economy
Inside Wall Street’s gloom-and-doom racket (businessinsider)
Are we racing toward AI catastrophe? (vox)
The VCs that founders want to take capital from (newcomer)
The Future of Executive Compensation (lianeon)
Young men are uniquely at-risk of becoming addicted to sports gambling (theconversation)
Why Disney failed as a sports team owner (huddleup)
How Roger Federer translated success on the court into business (huddleup)
How drinking coffee works to keep you awake, or not (theconversation)
Six insights from Jamie Kreiner’s new book “The Wandering Mind: What Medieval Monks Tell Us About Distraction.” (bakadesuyo)
A Q&A with Eduardo J. Gómez author of “Junk Food Politics: How Beverage and Fast Food Industries Are Reshaping Emerging Economies.” (npr)
An excerpt from “The Wise Hours: A Journey Into the Wild and Secret World of Owls,” a new book by Miriam Darlington (insidehook)
Five insights from “Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Solution: A Handbook for Entrepreneurs” by Uri Levine (nextbigideaclub)