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“The Organized Mind” by Daniel Levitin: Part Two

This book continues to impress me. The combination of research, techniques, and insights has been very useful in helping me make my own connections between different areas of my life. These areas extend from home and family life, to work … Continue reading

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“Creativity, Inc.” by Ed Catmull

Large organizations, at least in my experience, become rigid and set in their ways. It’s not that they don’t want to be creative, but the bureaucracy makes it so difficult for creatives or others with good ideas to affect meaningful … Continue reading

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“Work Happy” by Jill Geisler: Part One

1. “His enthusiasm is contagious. People enjoy working for him because he isn’t jaded or cynical. He inspires people to work harder. His judgment is respected by both his staff and supervisors. He is loyal to the company, yet not … Continue reading

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