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This is The Future? – Part 2

Consumed => “The Disintegration of the World” by Chrystia Freeland on The Atlantic.

This is The Future? – Part 1

Consumed => “How Digital Transparency Became a Force of Nature” by Daniel C. Dennett and Deb Roy on Scientific American.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 21 (Leading For The Future)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter 21 (Leading For The Future)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 20 (What Makes A Leader?)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 20 (What Makes A Leader?)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 19 (The Leaders’ Triple Focus)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 19 (The Leaders’ Triple Focus)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 18 (How Leaders Direct Attention)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 18 (How Leaders Direct Attention)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 17 (Breathing Buddies)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 17 (Breathing Buddies)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 16 (Brains On Games)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 16 (Brains On Games)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 15 (The Myth of 10,000 Hours)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 15 (The Myth of 10,000 Hours)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 14 (Distant Threats)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 14 (Distant Threats)” by Daniel Goleman.

Perhaps No (Tech) Bubble Isn’t a Good Thing?

Consumed => “Seven Takeaways from Marc Andreessen’s Interview With Peter Thiel” by Cameron Albert-Deitch via Inc.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 13 (System Blindness)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 13 (System Blindness)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 12 (Patterns, Systems, and Messes)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 12 (Patterns, Systems, and Messes)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 11 (Social Sensitivity)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter Chapter 11 (Social Sensitivity)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 10 (The Empathy Triad)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter 10 (The Empathy Triad)” by Daniel Goleman.

Focus – Daniel Goleman: Chapter 9 (The Woman Who Knew Too Much)

Consumed => “Focus: Chapter 9 (The Woman Who Knew Too Much)” by Daniel Goleman.

David Kelley of IDEO on “Creative Confidence”

Consumed => “David Kelley, Co-Founder Of IDEO” by Jessica Harris on From Scratch (via NPR).

Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should

Consumed => “Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem” by Yiren Lu on NY Times.

If It’s Free and You Don’t Know What The Product Is…

Consumed => “Will Digital Networks Ruin Us?” By Joe Nocera on NY Times.

“Look for the question, not the solution”

Consumed => “Let’s Stop Focusing on Shiny Gadgets and Start Using Tech to Empower People” by Margaret Stewart on Wired.