Relationship advice from 500 years. AI is under-hyped. A great manager's most important habit: meaningful conversations.
Journal of discoveries - 27th of January 2024
Welcome to a new issue of the newsletter, “Journal of discoveries.”
Each week, I check a list of hundreds of sources of inspiration to spot exciting articles, videos, podcasts, and books on personal development, leadership, management, technology, and innovation.
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And now, let’s dive in!
One “must” for this week
Sahil Bloom asked couples who have been married for over forty years a simple question: “What relationship advice would you give to your younger selves?”
He collected advice summarizing 500+ years of wisdom from these enduring relationships. One of the key takeaways is that love is essential in relationships and can always be given more.
Relationship advice from 500 years
Ten ways to have a better conversation
You’re more than your job: three tips for a healthier work-life balance
Learning is cheap, education is expensive.
A system for managing up: friday highlights
This is your reminder to say NO
The unspoken power dynamics of Calendly
AI is under-hyped
Prompt engineering from OpenAI
How to train a custom GPT on your data
Helping employees succeed with generative AI
Bitcoin shaping digital finance
First principles thinking
Why tech companies will remain the economy's growth engine
Reinventing your organization through a market-driven lens
Leadership and management
A great manager's most important habit: meaningful conversations
The power of coaching in self-managing organizations
Workplace friction: making the right things easier and the wrong things harder
Change fatigue – it’s time to realize this actually exists
How toxic positivity can ruin your company culture
Drama triangle explained
“Primal leadership: realizing the power of emotional intelligence” by Daniel Goleman.