Good morning everyone. As leaders our role is to push on the boundaries of what is “true” every day.
If we all worked on the assumption that what is accepted as true is really true, there would be little hope of advance. -Orville Wright
Here are this week’s additional 5 for 5 articles:
The secrets the world’s top experts use to make really good predictions – by Ana Swanson – via The Washington Post
- SO WHAT: From the article: research into predictions concluded “that experts were only about as effective at predicting the future as dart-throwing chimpanzees.”
The “I See You” Experiment – by Susan Cain – via Linked In
- SO WHAT: Still looking for a New Year’s resolution…this would be a great one!
I Went Back to a Dumbphone – by Alan Jacobs – via The Atlantic
- SO WHAT: An interesting idea….could you make the jump? Where’d I put my old RAZR?
Your Brain On 6 Hours Of Sleep A Night – by Ainsley O’Connell – via Fast Company
- SO WHAT: “In one study, researchers found that subjects who slept just six hours a night for 14 days had the cognitive wherewithal of someone with a .1% blood alcohol level. That’s legally drunk.”
The Most Enduring Man in the World – by Jesus Jimenez – via Success
- SO WHAT: Long read, but completely worth it. The gentleman in this article completed 50 ironman races in 50 days. And there are definitely things you will learn from him.
all the best, kevin