Tuesday Dispatch: Issue #54
The Owl and The Beetle
3 Droplets of Leadership
Ten Ways to Improve Happiness
In 2020, an international team of scholars tried to find out how to improve happiness.
They came up with 68 ways that people are commonly counseled to raise their happiness, then asked 18 of the most distinguished and prolific academic experts on the science of happiness to rate them in terms of effectiveness and feasibility.
In other words, according to the experts, these ways to get happier both work and are workable.
Here are the top 10. Enjoy!
The Survivorship Bias
Survivorship bias, survival bias, or immortal time bias is the logical error of concentrating on the people or things that made it past some selection process and overlooking those that did not, typically because of their lack of visibility.
This can lead to incorrect conclusions regarding that which (or those who) didn't make it.
Check out this video, which illustrates the point brilliantly.
How to run 1:1 meetings
If you’re involved in cross-functional work, it’s easy to fill your calendar with 1:1 meetings. They can be a high-fidelity way to build relationships and collaborate.
Here is a good guide on how to run different types of 1:1 meetings effectively. Check it out!
2 Grains of Technology
Split My Song
A powerful tool powered by AI to split a song into separate channels.
The World’s Most Nutritious Foods
After analyzing more than 1,000 raw foods, researchers ranked the ingredients that provide the best balance of your daily nutritional requirements – and they found a few surprises. Check it out!
1 Atom of Reflection
There are 24 hours on any given day. No matter if they are easy or hard. Still, just 24 hours on any given day.
Split My Song was interesting!