A recent Quora thread was full of such contemplations, originally addressed to a 23-year-old physics student but applicable to everybody. Here are the takeaways. 1. Pick up an athletic hobby that you do
There’s been a lot of talk about values-driven leadership—and I believe it’s not only the best way to lead, but the only way to be authentic and stay centered in the midst of chaos. And, frankly, it’s
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