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meditation and mindfulness Tag

The hard work is done. You’ve tendered your resignation without burning bridges. You’re at peace with the sunk cost of putting a successful career trajectory on hold. You’ve modeled out your cash flows. Your health insurance is buttoned up. After all, quitting should be easier...

Last week one of my heroes fell. Thankfully it was a fluffy one, so there was a soft landing. It's hard to deny the benefits of delayed gratification. And Walter Mischel's famous marshmallow experiment from the '90s made a resounding case that if there was...

I never considered myself a spiritual or religious person. In fact, as a left-brain engineer, much of my worldview has been through the lens of data, logic, and empiricism. It took leaving the corporate life to really appreciate that there was something deeper missing an...

“What gets measured, gets mastered” often gets attributed to Peter Drucker, the legendary management thinker. But with business and life moving at light speed, how can we create a habit to notice our surroundings and feelings? I spoke to the information designer Giorgia Lupi the Rad...

Here’s a thought experiment. An unfortunate accident leaves you with a scar on your face. You now must move through the world with a striking blemish that others don’t understand. As you start interacting with other people, you notice awkward body language, averted eyes, or abbreviated small talk. And...

Anthony Demby the founder of HumbleRIOT an audible idea shop that sits at the intersection of artists, culture, brands and experiences. Prior to founding HumbleRIOT, Anthony cut his teeth in the music industry with a range of roles in A&R, publicity and artist management. He...

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