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John Hagel
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I live and work on the edge - the views are breathtaking, the experiences deep and satisfying and the learning is limitless.
I live and work on the edge - the views are breathtaking, the experiences deep and satisfying and the learning is limitless.

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For Thanksgiving, let's be grateful for who we have (or had) in our lives but, more importantly, let's be grateful for living in a world that offers an opportunity to develop more of our potential, especially if we work together to address that opportunity

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Perhaps timely for Thanksgiving - I can remember when high fat diets were considered very damaging to health, now it appears they lead to weight loss and improve memory and longevity - assuming you cut back on carbohydrates

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Take a journey deep into the brain with an immersive virtual reality experience

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Turns out the gender of a researcher can skew study results - for example, male researchers appear to increase the stress levels of rodents

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Turns out freelancers are learning faster than employees of companies - yet another symptom of the corporate scalable efficiency mindset versus a scalable learning mindset

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RIP Della Reese, talented jazz and gospel singer (and minister), here singing "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm"

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Want something to be thankful for? Gaze across these charts curated by @PeterDiamandis showing a long-term global shift towards greater abundance on many different dimensions

Hats off to Winfried Felser for his efforts to synthesize Clay Christensen "jobs to be done" perspective with my focus on "the power of pull" http://bit.ly/2A2BxBD

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Almost 40 years later, scientists are still working to explain how Tibetan monks achieve an unprecedented ability to control their physical state as outlined in the pioneering work of Herbert Benson

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Study explores what makes a happy song and finds an overall decrease in positive music, which peaked in the 1950s. But those good vibes may be making a comeback—since 2010, the “happiness score” of popular songs has been on the rebound
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