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Tuesday, January 05, 02:15PM  by:shuri
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source Setting up personal OKR [JFM-2021]
Here I write about my encounters on startups, product management, books, artificial intelligence, and other random observations.
Tuesday, January 05, 02:09PM  by:shuri
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source The Now Habit
Summary of my take-aways from the book The Now Habit by Neil Fiore
Tuesday, December 08 2020, 07:36PM  by:shuri
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source The Complete Guide to Effective Reading - Maarten van Doorn
Learning how to learn: how to make your ROI on reading explode. Featuring meta-learning, mental models, mind mapping, active recall and the Feynman technique.
Thursday, October 01 2020, 03:31PM  by:shuri
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source Mathew Cropper | Imposter syndrome, performance reviews, and a little bit of CBT to ease the pain
Our work lives are riddled with anxieties. One that haunts people is imposter syndrome. The belief that we are a fraud, doubting our accomplishments and talents. Over the course of this year, I've experimented with applying principles from the world of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to get a better handle on things.
Thursday, October 01 2020, 03:23PM  by:shuri
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source Learn The "Disagree and Commit" Exercise for Better Leadership | Hacker Noon
What can make us incredibly valuable at work - our willingness to disagree openly and commit to helping others succeed or sticking to our arguments even when others have moved forward and a decision has been made.
Sunday, September 27 2020, 07:10PM  by:shuri
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source How To Say No, For The People Pleaser Who Always Says Yes : Life Kit
Constantly saying yes to everything and everyone drains us of time and energy. This episode helps explain the roots of people-pleasing behaviors and how you can say no more often.
Thursday, September 24 2020, 10:24PM  by:shuri
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source Marc Andreessen On Productivity, Scheduling, Reading Habits, Work, and More - Andreessen Horowitz
This interview was recorded earlier this year and originally appeared on The Observer Effect; it has only been lightly edited for formatting here. TABLE OF CONTENTS On productivity Let’s get into it. Over a decade ago, you wrote a …
Tuesday, September 22 2020, 01:04PM  by:shuri
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source Overcoming Procrastination and The Akrasia Effect - Wisdom Geek
Procrastination is not a curse or a flaw in our character. It's a choice which our mind tricks us into. Let us overcome it together.
Thursday, September 03 2020, 02:06PM  by:shuri
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Tuesday, August 25 2020, 05:49PM  by:shuri
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Emotional Resilience In Leadership Report 2020
Emotional Resilience In Leadership Report 2020 WITH COMMENTS | PRINT OPTIMISED Jonny Miller (Curious Humans) & Jan Chipchase (Studio D) Executive Summary This interactive report shares a summary of the Emotional Resilience in Leadership survey, that was run by the authors from November 2019 to...
Monday, August 24 2020, 12:48AM  by:shuri
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source Emotional Independence: How to Build an Unbreakable Center in Yourself
How can we overcome "situational happiness" and begin to develop our own deeper sense of "emotional independence," despite what our current life situation may look like? Here's how to build an unbreakable center.
Tuesday, August 11 2020, 01:31PM  by:shuri
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source How to stop procrastinating by using the Fogg Behavior Model
B J Fogg is a Stanford professor who came up with a simple model of behavior that helps us understand why we take action or not take action at any given moment.
Thursday, July 16 2020, 12:30AM  by:shuri
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source 13 Examples of Metacognitive Strategies (2020)
Examples of metacognitive strategies include: (1) Self-Questioning, (2) Meditation, (3) Reflection, (4) Thinking Aloud, (5) Active Listening, (6) Menemonic aids.
Wednesday, July 08 2020, 11:59AM  by:shuri
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Tuesday, June 16 2020, 12:51PM  by:shuri
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source There's a reason we procrastinate and it's not laziness | CBC Radio
Fighting the urge to push something off until later starts with understanding why we want to in the first place, says Tim Pychyl, an associate professor of psychology at Carleton University.
Monday, June 15 2020, 10:23AM  by:shuri
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