FTOTW340 – best links of the week ending 5-July-2020

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Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. Ikigai – most misunderstood secret to a happy life ~ brilliant /Via @ARaoGadiyar https://t.co/2DiT0Vdeq4 [I have long argued against this Venn diagram] – Original Tweet

  2. Research paper shows Learning is significantly less in a fluent lecture without interactivity Vs an interactive session though the fluent lecture maybe more entertaining ~ vv insightful /Via ⁦@stefaanvanhooydhttps://t.co/BN4IbXOLu2Original Tweet

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FTOTW339 – best links of the week ending 28-June-2020

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Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. Why do competitors have stores next to each other? Answer from game theory Nash equilibrium ~ brilliant https://t.co/kwKc97gjVi /Via @tanbarasuOriginal Tweet

  2. Nabta Playa: The world’s first astronomical site was built in Africa – 2000 years older than the Stonehenge ~ amazing /Via ⁦@paulghttps://t.co/pB4v9any4BOriginal Tweet

  3. Answering “what do you do” using the two-way introduction strategy ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@tanbarasuhttps://t.co/33O35HgvvROriginal Tweet

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FTOTW338 – best links of the week ending 21-June-2020

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Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. The Story Behind Vending Machines from 1st century AD ~ amazing /Via ⁦@arunrafihttps://t.co/omCj51Q6oBOriginal Tweet

  2. Interview with John Collison billionaire entrepreneur of Stripe https://t.co/8T4SscwZBF ~ brilliant & inspiring /Via @paulgOriginal Tweet

  3. Is your startup jewellery, aspirin or oxygen to your customers? Janet Kraus’ ~ brilliant & simple framework which has guided my thinking for a long time. Surprise d that many haven’t heard about it. /Via @rsukumar https://t.co/asq5BpC3wgOriginal Tweet

  4. RT @rsukumar: Is your startup jewellery, aspirin or oxygen to your customers? Janet Kraus’ ~ brilliant & simple framework which has guided my thinking for a long time. Surprise d that many haven’t heard about it. /Via @rsukumar https://t.co/asq5BpC3wgOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW337 – best links of the week ending 14-June-2020

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Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. Dan John, the famous strength coach interviewed by @arv_fit of the Quad https://t.co/UnnyIvk8oA ~ brilliant. must watch. /Via @itisvimmyOriginal Tweet

  2. How to foster ‘shoshin’ (beginner’s mind) ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@jhagelhttps://t.co/lsq2D8m1WuOriginal Tweet

  3. Social Norms, Tight Vs Loose cultures & mindsets by Michele Gelfand https://t.co/M62nrIcCRb ~ brilliant /Via @vincentpaul_FJPOriginal Tweet

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FTOTW336 – best links of the week ending 7-June-2020

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Here are the best links shared on my tweet stream this week.

Best Links

  1. Why curiosity matters https://t.co/d4uGZa2ydQ ~ 3 brilliant articles on the topic. must read /Via @stefaanvanhooydOriginal Tweet

  2. Explaining Data Science to a Non-Data Scientist – Data Science Central ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@doraithttps://t.co/MBvMSSowfjOriginal Tweet

  3. Unconscious bias in hiring and what do about it? ~ brilliant /Via ⁦@tanbarasuhttps://t.co/cl8M1oasgkOriginal Tweet

  4. How the First Plant Came to Be – Scientific American ~ amazing /Via @rsukumar https://t.co/7WMvFUnGbjOriginal Tweet

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