April 12, 2015

Links I Love: April 12, 2015

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy 🙂

Links I Love
Original image source: Mike Licht


Why Stanford Students Turn Down $150,000 Entry-Level Salaries. (LinkedIn)

If I Hadn’t Passed Up a Job at Apple, I May Never Have Landed at eBay. (LinkedIn)

She Sounds Smart, but Look at Her Hair! (New York Times)

Why Women Can’t Get Ahead on Wall Street. (Levo League)

5 Things to Avoid When You Want a Male Mentor. (Cosmopolitan)

Best Places to Go to Build a Powerful and Influential Network (Part 2). (Under 30 CEO)

Can You Make Big Money With Small Talk? (DailyWorth)

10 Things Not To Say At Work. (Refinery29)

How Do You Expect your Team to Communicate: Closed Loop or Open Loop? (Full Contact)

Why It’s Selfish to Avoid Giving Negative Feedback. (99u)


A Checklist for Planning Your Next Big Meeting. (Harvard Business Review)

How to Work 80 Hours a Week and Still Have a Life. (Levo League)

The 5 Daily Rituals That Will Make You Happy. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Evening Routine: The Secret Catalyst Of A Productive Day. (High Performance Lifestyle)

3 Lessons From Social Psychology You Should Never Forget. (Under 30 CEO)

Thoughts on ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up’. (The REWM)

Need To Just Get Sh*t Done? Try a “One-Dayer”. (99u)

Managing the Critical Voices Inside Your Head. (Peter Bregman)

The Futility of Always Pushing Myself to Be More. (Zen Habits)

Can’t Kick a Bad Habit? You’re Probably Doing It Wrong. (Nir and Far)

How to Forgive Anyone Quickly To Move Forward in Your Life. (Under 30 CEO)


9 Tricks to Stick to Your Diet (Even on Weekends). (Daily Burn)

Tapping Into Ancestral Hunger, Part 4: Top Hacks for the Weekend Wind Down. (InsideTracker)

“No Sugar” Foods with Maltodextrin Mess with Your Gut Microbiome. (Suppversity)

The Food Babe Is Full of S***. Ugh, yes – I really hate her fear mongering! (Gawker)

WTF Is Happening to My Digestive Tract When I Run? (Greatist)

The New Science Behind Low-Carb Training. (Outside Magazine)

Not Every Trainer Speaks The Truth. (Healthy Happier Bear)

Can Light Improve Your Workout? (Q by Equinox)

Watch 100 Years of Workout Trends in 100 Seconds. (Levo League)

Fitness Trackers Won’t Really Help Until They Tell Us What to Do. (Wired)


Narita Airport’s Newest Terminal 3 Designed Around A Running Track. This is awesome – I hope more airports adopt this trend! (PS – here in the US, MSP already has something similar.) (Spoon Tamago)

Keep the change! TSA gets cash bonus at airports. (CNBC Travel)

The 19 Passenger Types You’ll Meet on Your Next Flight. (Skift)

Thinking About Mental Illness and the Crash of Germanwings Flight 9525. (Cranky Flier)

Planes Without Pilots. (New York Times)

Why in-flight wifi is so painfully slow — except on JetBlue and Southwest. (Vox Dot Com)

Sound of Music success still surprises Salzburg 50 years on. (BBC World)


Money Mic: ‘I Live in a 200-Square-Foot House … So I Can Live Out My Dreams’. (LearnVest)

How My Elaborate Plans Backfired and Landed Me in Jail. (LinkedIn)

Long Form to Nano Form. (Feld Thoughts)

My Library by Tom Gauld. (Swiss Miss)

Children’s films are filled with more trauma than adult dramas, study finds. (Mashable)

What Your Kids REALLY Think About Coloring Eggs. (Victoria Fedden)

And finally, for a laugh: Here’s Your New Favorite Food Magazine: GOUT. (Eater)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: April 12, 2015”

  1. I was hoping that the article about the track at Narita was actually more of a track where you could run during your layover…It’s still a cool concept- the Japanese are so creative with design- but I would have liked a gym/track for a quick run in between flights!

    Thanks for sharing, I always enjoy the Links I Love post. I recently used some questions to ask in a interview that you shared a few weeks ago at an interview and it went really well.

    1. The one at Minneapolis Paul isn’t really a full-on track but always has a few people doing laps… hopefully it will be the same at Narita!

      I am so glad that the interview questions helped!!

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