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There’s Value in Your Victim Experience

Victimhood gets shamed a lot in my personal development circles. (It’s so easy to blame the victim for feeling dis-empowered.) I actually believe people have to be allowed to fully embrace their victim experience in order to gather the wisdom, strength and safety to rise above it. One of the greatest services we can do to another human being is to witness and validate a person’s experience with full respect.

Link: There’s Value in Your Victim Experience
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8 Principles for Building a High-Performance Culture

HEN IT COMES to recruiting, motivating, and creating great teams, Patty McCord says most companies have it all wrong. Powerful is a book of advice gained from her experience at Netflix. When McCord began her career in Human Resources at Netflix, she began working with Reed Hastings to identify the behaviors that they wanted to see become consistent practices and worked to instill the discipline of actually doing them.

Link: 8 Principles for Building a High-Performance Culture
via www.leadershipnow.com

Why unexpected money flows to me

I’m reading Tony Robbin’s new book, Master the Money Game. It’s 600 pages of quite fascinating advice. I particularly enjoyed learning that Warren Buffett is a fan of self-improvement guru Dale Carnegie. So it’s not just us spiritual types who are out here getting our woo-woo on. This content was something I perceived you would enjoy.

Link: Why unexpected money flows to me
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The Random Show, Ice Cold Edition

“We were in the locker room getting naked and two guys were like ‘Tim! I love your book!'” -Kevin Rose
This is not going to be a long-form interview where I dissect and deconstruct a world-class performer. Instead, this is a special edition of The Random Show.
I am joined by Kevin Rose…

Link: The Random Show, Ice Cold Edition
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๐Ÿ”ฎ Augmenting humans, securing the planet; exposing biased algorithms; clever birds, children’s books and Kremlin tact…

The internet of things is a planet-sized robot. Can we control it, asks the cyber-security expert, Bruce Schneier? Markets alone can’t solve our security problems. Markets are motivated by profit and short-term goals at the expense of society. They can’t solve collective-action problems. […] And we need a counterbalancing force to corporate power.

Link: ๐Ÿ”ฎ Augmenting humans, securing the planet; exposing biased algorithms; clever birds, children’s books and Kremlin tact…
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