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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Want to get better? Abe Lincoln said “If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six sharpening my axe.” The 7 Habits: Sharpen the Saw (ArtofManliness – Bret & Kate McKay)
- Of course, this is obvious to those of us who have played all of our lives. How ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Primes Students for Interdisciplinary Learning, Including STEM (KQED MindShift – Paul Darvasi)
- People are good. Those who espouse hatred and fear are coming from a hated and fearful place. They are worthy of our kindness. They are suffering and in need of compassion. How to Practice Metta For A Troubled Time (Lion’s Roar – Mushim Patricia Ikeda)
- It is so easy, especially given #fakenews and #toomuchnews and #everyonetalkingtheirbook, to miss some big glaring positives today. 23 Charts and Maps That Show the Worlds is Getting Much, Much Better (Vox – Dylan Matthews)
- Our own data is being weaponized against us. We are being ‘nudged’ against our will. Apple’s Tim Cook makes a blistering attack on the ‘data industrial complex’ (techcrunch – Natasha Lomas)
- Personalized patient face-to-face advice can make a difference. How Personalized Financial Advice Can Ease the Retirement Crisis (Morningstar – Steve Wendel)
- The transition from not-knowing to knowing is FAR easier than the transition from not-doing to doing. Are financial literacy programs a waste of time? (Quartz – Allison Schrager)
- Stocks go up and down like the economy is breathing – nothing to worry about long-term. Stock Prices Falling is Perfectly Normal (allstarcharts – JC Parets)