I have been collecting (what I believe) are "Must Read" articles/links...
Michio Kaku reveals how a simple test using marshmallows can predict how successful you can become.
The Rosenhan experiment — conducted to determine validity of psuchiatric diagnosis. The experimenters feigned hallucinations to enter psychiatric hospitals and acted normally afterwards
With hot coffee, we see a warm heart, Yale researchers find - (Tiktok version - TLDR)
“The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is connection.” — Johann Hari
‘Our minds can be hijacked’: the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia
What is something almost everyone does wrong yet has no idea?
The True Story Of Desmond Doss Was Too Heroic Even For ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
Nike and Boeing Are Paying Sci-Fi Writers to Predict Their Futures
[Portuguese] Azul para os meninos e cor-de-rosa para as meninas? Nem sempre foi assim
Case Study: Kaospilots—From Passive Listeners to Global Change Agents
[Portuguese] Há escolas que são gaiolas e há escolas que são asas.
‘Most Likely to Succeed’ — A movie that will revolutionize how you see education, childhood, and learning
The summer camp experience that changes Netflix's CEO (Check the part of the interview about National Outdoor Leadership School)
What drives the most high-achieving teams is social cohesion — Margaret Heffernan
Cut the bullshit: organisations with no hierarchy don’t exist
An Email From Elon Musk Reveals Why Managers Are Always a Bad idea
What To Do When You Can No Longer Afford Those Flashy Office Perks
Day to day
The most dangerous phrase is: “We’ve always done it this way”
Evaluation / Reviews
Implementing Intent based leadership with David Marquet — Video
Why you should know how much your coworkers get paid - David Burkus
The Surprising Meeting Method I Learned From Amazon’s Jeff Bezos
I told my boss that I’m going to resign, and he offered me twice my current salary if I stay, what should I do?
Why you should wait until your 40s to become an entrepreneur, according to a new study
The new status symbol: it’s not what you spend — it’s how hard you work
Our obsession with the “cult of the entrepreneur” has gone too far
Technology and Science
Larry Page has a reputation for pushing people at Google. Here’s how he pushed a young Sundar Pichai to make Google Chrome the top web browser in the world
How do I explain to non-programmers how complex, time-consuming, and error-prone software development is?
How would you tell if an antique chair was actually a modern forgery? I guess you could lick it
The internet is still actually controlled by 14 people who hold 7 secret keys
[Portuguese] Higienização politicamente correta
No, Finland isn’t scrapping its universal basic income experiment
[Portuguese] Em 1995, as mulheres portuguesas viviam 75 anos com saúde. Em 2018 vivem apenas 70 anos com saúde.
You may think the world is falling apart. Steven Pinker is here to tell you it isn’t.
The EU Suppressed a 300-Page Study That Found Piracy Doesn’t Harm Sales
[Portuguese] Revista científica publica estudo inventado por jornalistas sobre cancro
If you had a key for every lock in this world, but you could only use it once, what would you use it for?
In 1989, for a few days, the 6th largest military power on Earth was… Pepsi
This was originally here.
Unfiltered list of links that I have to read (some will move here afterwards)