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The Destructive Influence of Imaginary Peers - NYTimes.com
A Design History of Childhood | Brain Pickings
Management ? Success ? Leadership ? Mostly Bullshit. ~Scott Adams
How to get more done: Make more things automated.
Purpose is Good. Shared Purpose is Better - Mark Bonchek - Harvard Business Review
How To Be More Charismatic, by Olivia Fox Cabane and Eric Barker
Your Brain Is Hooked on Being Right - Judith E. Glaser
Don't Confuse Engagement with User Experience - Michael Schrage - Harvard Business Review
How to Calculate the Value of a Like - Dan Zarrella - Harvard Business Review
United States of America is a Country and not a Company...
Jeff Bezos was Begun at the Beginning
11 Books Every Young Leader Must Read - John Coleman - Harvard Business Review
Reversing the Decline in Big Ideas - Max Marmer - Harvard Business Review
The Danger of Celebritizing Entrepreneurship - Max Marmer - Harvard Business Review
Coping with Career Regret - Priscilla Claman - Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business School's Entrepreneurship Resources
The Long Legacy of Cheating at Harvard - NYTimes.com
Barack Obama's Rebranding Plan: Attack, Orate, Repeat - Dorie Clark - Harvard Business Review
Women represent just 3% of Fortune 500 CEOs.
It's More Important to Be Kind than Clever - Bill Taylor - Harvard Business Review
When My Business Failed - Dan Pallotta - Harvard Business Review
The One Number You Need to Grow - Harvard Business Review
How to Sink a Startup — HBS Working Knowledge
5 tips for improving your startup company - Barking up the wrong tree
Successful people do differently.
Five Minute Favor!
The essence of what companies do is make people happy by providing solutions to their problems
There's no such thing as constructive criticism.
The case against multi-tasking
Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs, by Walter Issacson [HBR]
"Next time you hear something really stupid, don't adhere to it. Fight it or ignore it." ~@SherylSandberg (via @cjc)
The Unimportance of Practically Everything - Greg McKeown - Harvard Business Review
Gamifiying Goodness: Reversing the Stanford Prison Experiment
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