In a world where financial gain often trumps environmental conservation, one Texas family made an extraordinary decision that prioritizes the greater good. The Urbanczyk family turned down a potential $100 million profit to preserve their 245-acre ranch in Hill Country, transforming it into a public park for future generations to enjoy. This inspiring story underscores
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“Shame is the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging.” ~Brené Brown I was walking to my office one day when one of my colleagues gave me a compliment about what I was wearing. I was a little surprised and, without thinking, said something disparaging about
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Plan in-person meetings. Decide on consistent team members. Avoid having too many people on any one team. When it comes to team success, you’ve probably heard these tried-and-true recommendations. But that conventional wisdom is wrong—or at least outdated. New research from i4cp research analysts Rob Cross (who wrote the HBR cover story Collaborative Overload) and
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On this episode, Cal Newport hops back on the show to talk about his great new book, Slow Productivity. It’s a great, fascinating new book (and interview!), both full of actionable insights on how to slow down in order to become more productive. Topics covered include: How “slow productivity” came into being; The three ingredients
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