Tuesday Dispatch: Issue #43
The Owl and The Beetle
What a week! After three years on the ground, which feels like ten, I finally set foot on a plane again. I headed to Las Vegas for business meetings, and it was awesome. So awesome I wrote a blog post about it. Nothing fancy, but you'll truly find a few pics and stories from yours truly.
Next on the list is the Telegram group! Yes,
shamelessly copying, getting inspired by my friend Vanz author of the amazing Polpette Newsletter, I opened a Telegram group for you all. Come by, say hi, and let's keep in touch!
Back to business: this week, we learn about the law of reversed effort, travel tips from Jim Kitchen, and why hugs do feel good. As well as looking at the Openverse and a data-rich weather website.
Let's get going!
3 Droplets of Leadership
The Law Of Reversed Effort
It’s the idea that the more we try to do something, the worse we become at it.
However, there is an alternative way to look at it. It's about the reed bending in the wind. It’s the stick riding the current. It’s surrender and humility. It is, in short, to recognize that some things need patience and space.
Read more on this topic. Don't miss it!
Travel Tips from Jim Kitchen
Jim Kitchen says he's the only person on Earth to have visited all the 193 UN-recognized countries and space.
He offers precious tips on travel in this article on Bloomberg.
Game-changer tips like how to hide your credit card and which restaurants to prefer.
As well as how to avoid food poisoning, maybe... Check it out!
Why Do Hugs Feel Good?
Such touch—delivered by hugs, holding hands, or caressing, for example—triggers a psychological boost important to emotional well-being and healthy development.
Check out this article to get to know more about touchy-touchy things!
2 Grains of Technology
Will It Rain?
Amazing weather site full of data. Check it out!
1 Atom of Reflection
When a project sounds bigger than it is, make it bigger than it sounds.
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