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Tuesday Dispatch: Issue #53
The Owl and The Beetle
This week we learn about silence, problems, questions, and heartbreaks. As well as Piskel Art and historical figures.
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3 Droplets of Leadership
Don't Bring Me Silence, Bring Me Problems
Margaret Thatcher, the longest serving British Prime Minister in the 20th century, and one of the most influential politicians in the 1980s, used to say this phrase a lot, “Bring me Solutions. Not problems“.
However, in modern organizations, this might not be the most appropriate mantra if we want to lead effectively.
This article is pure gold, don't miss it!
20 Questions to Change Your Life
This is a series of 20 questions. You give an answer between 1–5 for each question then add the up to get a total score out of 100. These questions will change your life.
Give it a try!
The Science of Heartbreak
Science writer Florence Williams experienced what felt like a brain injury when her husband left her after more than 25 years together.
So she decided to explore the connection between heartache and physical pain — including possible changes in the immune, digestive and nervous systems.
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2 Grains of Technology
Piskel is a free online editor for animated sprites and pixel art. You can create animations in your browser.
Check it out!
Who Was Alive?
Who Was Alive in 1590? - For one, Cardinal Richelieu was 5 years old. And in 1784?
1 Atom of Reflection
When a conversation turns into a fight, it's a good idea to press pause. Take a 5-minute break, and then resume the discussion. It does wonders.