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Author: Khe Hy

…And instead I ended up unclenching my heart Pexels I’ll admit it. I started meditating to be more like Kobe Bryant or Ray Dalio than the Dalai Lama. As a Self-Identifying “Productivity-Hacker” (with evolving views) and Aspirational “High-Performer,” I was always on the prowl for a new tool...

The ? Dinner Bringing people together is one of life’s joys. Putting a diverse group of generous and curious people around of table where they can authentically share engenders community, idea cross-pollination, and lasting friendships. And a lot of serendipity. Here are a few ways you can create...

May 4, 2015 — We got turnt! It was a busy week for our community, first #RadLove on Saturday and then a wonderful evening with the Rad Reads crew at Phebe’s bar in the East Village. We need to work a bit on our guy to girl ratio (90%/10%).Thanks...

Our inaugural volunteering event at the Grand Street Settlement was a huge success Yours Truly, Elise, Janet, Nina, Phillip (RadGenius), Tanya, Pauline This past Saturday, April 30th, seven Rad Readers got together with Habitat for Humanity for our first #RadLove event. We repainted the entire Grand Street Settlement, a...

Does a focusing on the headline number come with onerous terms? Dirty Unicorn Last week, famed Venture Capitalist Bill Gurley wrote a heavily circulated piece called “On the Road to Recap: Why The Unicorn Financing Market Just Became Dangerous for All of Us.” The gist of the story...

? Curated by the Amazing Rad Reads Community ? Activate Your PotentialThe Rad Reads community is a curious bunch — always discovering stories, knowledge, and pearls of wisdom across a broad array of sources. This week, they curated a list of documentaries for us all to dig in...

I’m a huge newsletter fan —there is so much amazing content covering wide breadth that is meticulously curated. I wanted to share with you my Go-Tos! [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708042586049613825[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708043017056296962[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708043427368329216[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708043696189612032[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708044052776816640[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708044394176368640[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708044633624940544[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708045011980517376[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708045945334792193[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708046226973925377[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708046436420722688[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708046729283772417[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708046967985799168[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708067497069682690[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708047468806737920[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708048109994188800[/embed] [embed]https://twitter.com/RadReads100/status/708049011387834370[/embed] Thank you to all the amazing curators for the great work you do. Azeem Azhar, Maxwell Anderson, Venkatesh Rao, Social Capital,...

This syndrome has visibly manifested itself so many times in the past couple of weeks — in my own head, but also in the head of people I care about. For me, it occurred when I was meeting someone who was twenty years my senior, was the...

Not as morbid as it seems — the answer informs how you think about your time Photo courtesy of Gratisography The first ~25 years of my life were very focused on “skill development.” Coming from an immigrant family, everything was goal (and skill oriented) — doing vs being. I studied Computer Science...