Week 97 – The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship

5 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Harry Selfridge
Don’t Give Your Child A Leg Up
The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship
It’s like a man riding a lion. People think, ‘This guy’s brave.’ And he’s thinking, ‘How the hell did I get on a lion, and how do I keep from getting eaten?
How I Structured Engineering Teams at LinkedIn and AdMob for Success
Stop confusing building technology with building a company.
The Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and Disease
Mood is not homogeneous like cream soup
10 Cherished Beliefs of Highly Successful People
They believe they are servants.


Week 96 – Going All In

The secret to building a successful company culture
Adopt a people first attitude
The Authenticity Paradox
The moments that most challenge our sense of self are the ones that can teach us the most about leading effectively
Everything You Wanted To Know About Procrastination But Were Too Lazy to Figure Out
Action is both the cause of motivation as well as the effect of motivation
Taking Responsibility Is The Highest Mark Of Great Leaders
Personal goals always are subordinated to group goals, and group goals are always trumped by what the broader organization needs
Warren Buffett’s “20 Slot” Rule: How to Simplify Your Life and Maximize Your Results
Going All In

Week 95 – Focus Focus Focus

How To Prepare For The Entrepreneur Life You Want
Persistence and problem solving are sought-after virtues
The Secret to Time Management? Focus. Focus. Focus
Beware of fake breaks
Three Qualities Every Winner Needs
Work Ethic
The Hidden Costs of Happiness
You must feel the fear and do it anyway
The Ivy Lee Method: The Daily Routine Experts Recommend for Peak Productivity
If you commit to nothing, you’ll be distracted by everything

Week 94 – We’re All Pretty Average at Most Things

In Defense of Being Average
We’re All Pretty Average at Most Things
The Virtues of Solitude – #3 Awareness
You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment
Dear Mom: How Do You Find a Mentor?
Mentors are important. But so are role models
100 Percent Is Overrated
People labeled “smart” at a young age don’t deal well with being wrong
Lessons learned from the world’s most satisfied employees
Give back