Why Athletes Need a ‘Quiet Eye’

Source: BBC – This fascinating article illustrates the unique quality of the professional athlete’s “quiet eye”. Observations of athletes’ superior focus may be the secret to achieving super human athletic feats.

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One of the Greatest Lessons Warren Buffett Taught His Son: 'Wealth Ethics' Vs. 'Work Ethics'

Source: CNBC – Through the eyes of Peter Buffet, Warren Buffet shares the valuable legacy of his father’s work ethic.

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A Father's Letter: 9 Money and Life Lessons Most People Learn Too Late in Life

Source: CNBC – Sage advice from a father: Plan and set financial goals in order to live a productive and happier life.

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Harvard Researcher Shares Key Skill of the Future—That Most People Don't Have

Source: CNBC – Generalists may be the key to a successful career or multiple careers. This article compares the specialisation in a chosen occupation as opposed to the advantages of multiple experiences and skill sets.

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Harvard Researcher Says the Most Emotionally Intelligent People Have These 12 Traits. Which Do You Have?

Source: CNBC – Emotional intelligence (EI) is not necessarily an innate behavioral characteristic. This articles describes the elements of the “competencies” necessary to assess strengths, weaknesses and how to develop and improve EI.

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We've Overcome Hard times Before – What Americans Who Beat the Great Depression Can Teach Us Today

Source: CNN – Invaluable lessons were learned from the Great Depression. This article shares inspiring stories about humanity during a crisis.

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Visualizing What COVID-19 Does to Your Body

Source: Visual Capitalist – Here is a simple explanatory visual that shows how Covid-19 affects our body.

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Climate Change and Coronavirus: Five Charts about the Biggest Carbon Crash

Source: BBC – For the first time in decades Mt. Everest may be seen from Kathmandu. This BBC article features scientific data clearly depicting some positive impacts from the pandemic on the World’s climate.

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How Covid-19 is Accelerating Changes in Higher Education

Source: Youtube – An economic purview regarding the future of secondary and university education, NYU professor Scott Galloway shares his valuable perspective. His motto is ‘No Mercy/No Malice’ and that's how he brings it.

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5 Ways Global Travel Will Change Before We Find a Covid-19 Vaccine

Source: World Economic Forum – Travel has not ended. However, for now and the near future, it will be different. Read how the industry is currently evolving.

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How to Find and Practice Courage

Source: Harvard Business Review This articles offers tips about finding courage, as well as interesting research on the science behind courage.

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Reinventing Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus

Source: Harvard Business Review – Reinventing Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus
The impact of Covid-19 may cause some of us to consider what is truly important to us. It may cause some of us to evaluate our career path. Harvard Business Review provides some guidance.

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How Did Oil Prices Go Negative?

Source: Visual Capitalist – Being paid to take oil is another one of the “firsts” that has been achieved in this pandemic. The futures market is complex and has high risk, as oil speculators found out the hard way. Understanding how this happened requires an understanding of the futures market. Read on to learn the how and why this occurred.

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The Dr. Fauci of the 1918 Spanish Flu

Source: Forbes – This article shares the similarities of one physician’s methods to fight the Spanish flu pandemic and Dr. Fauci’s frontline strategies to combat Covid-19.

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NFL Star J.J. Watt Discovered This New Hobby While Self-quarantining (Hint: Bill Gates Is Also Fan of the Activity)

Source: CNBC – A routine chore turned into a hobby? Enjoy a twist on a chore that even the rich and famous partake!

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10 Ideas to Keep a Great Company Culture While Working Remotely

Source: INC. – No one has the answers about the future, but INC offers some interesting tips to maintain a great company culture.

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How to Stay Happy During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Source: BBC – Even in times of stress and anxiety, you can take proactive steps to lift your mood.

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What We Pretend to Know About the Coronavirus May Hurt Us

Source: The New York Times – A pandemic makes us all excellent targets for misinformation. No one has natural immunity to this coronavirus, leaving us all threatened and looking for information to make sense of the world. Unfortunately, the pace of scientific discovery doesn’t match the speed of our information ecosystems.

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20 Virtual Field Trips to Keep Your Kids Occupied (and Learning)

Source: Market Watch – Some great links to museums, zoos and wonders of the world.

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Four Ways to Have a Vacation without Leaving Home

Source: CNBC – Without any transition from work life to home life, it is important to find ways to create separation. Here are some ideas to help. Feel free to come up with your own.

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Leadership During a Crisis

Source: Forbes – Authentic leadership is, by definition, real and genuine. Marriott International CEO, Arne Sorenson demonstrates this with the release of a 6-minute video to Marriott employees, shareholders, and customers.

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Learn and Be Curious – Amazon’s Leadership Principle

Source: McKinsey – Amazon has created a culture of empowerment and continuous feedback. This has led to continuous leaning and an ability to rapidly adapt to change.

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Land the Job

Source: CNBC – Here are four questions that everyone should ask in job interviews, but most don’t.

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How Much is Enough?

Source: CBC – A recent study provides some insight into the salary range that is ideal for life satisfaction.

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Climate Risk and Response

Source: McKinsey – This is a long article from McKinsey that clearly identifies the potential impact of climate change for the next three decades. Because of inertia, further warming is locked in for the next ten years. The effects of climate change can become non-linear when certain thresholds are crossed.

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How Recent Widows and Widowers Can Avoid Common Financial Mistakes

Source: Inc. – The accidental death of a spouse is the most stressful life event a person can have. This is exacerbated when the spouse handled the financial affairs. Here are some guidelines to grow through the transition.

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