⫹⫺ Distruption, Problem Solving & Learning to Learn
For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 034
Hello my friends,
If our paths crossed this week, it was a pleasure.
This week I spent some time researching disruption, antifragility (currently reading) and learning to be an expert.
The findings are curated in the links below ↓
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Nokia and Kodak didn’t see it coming, neither did Blockbuster. Businesses don’t fail because of competition, but the failure to innovate.
Peloton announced disappointing Q4 financial results. A deep dive into why the air has left their tires.
They’ve been researching and testing electric vehicles for over 40 years. Now, BMW accelerates into the Circular Economy.
“If leaders focus on enhancing the quality of interaction in their teams, business performance and wellbeing will follow”. The two traits of the best problem solving teams.
For many, the risk/reward ratio of a college degree doesn’t add up. More than ever it’s men that are abandoning higher education.
I find psychology in sport, work and life fascinating. Here are 40 concepts that play out in human behavior.
Applying for a new job can be a stressful and tedious process. Whether you’re currently looking or thinking about it, here’s how to write a winning cover letter.
In a noisy and hectic world, it’s easy to mistake being busy for progress. The concept of Wu Wei is the art of doing nothing but leaving nothing undone.
Out of Office
Being at home so much these days, I’ve been paying extra attention to what I eat. While doing a bit of research I came across this article on unanswered questions related to obesity, rising BMI and the effect of diets.
It’s extremely interesting. It debunks a lot of the conventional wisdom we’re fed by the experts.
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