October 31, 2015

Links I Love: November 1, 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


How to interpret negative feedback from a job candidate’s references. (David Jaxon)

Survey: Colorado well-positioned to thrive in tech, science heavy economy. (Daily Camera)

Mark Cuban explains what happens after a deal is made on ‘Shark Tank’. (Business Insider)

What To Say At Networking Events To Eliminate Awkward Moments. (Fast Company)

Bullish: Social Class In The Office. (The Gloss)

Screw Finding Your Passion. (Mark Manson)

How to Handle the 7 Toughest Customer Support Challenges. (Zapier)

10 Small Things You Shouldn’t Sweat at Work. (Levo League)

If You Really Want to Defy Conformity, Dress Up on Fridays. (Wall Street Journal)

Must read: What The New York Times Didn’t Tell You. (Medium)

#AskIvanka: Email Etiquette. (Ivanka Trump)

Children don’t ruin women’s careers — husbands do, Harvard study finds.. (National Post)

The real reason Hollywood lacks good roles for women. (Penelope Trunk)


Men Love Smart Women Until They Actually Have to Talk to Them. (New York Magazine)

The 9 Email Mistakes That Make People Ignore Your Messages. (Fast Company)

How the Most Productive People Start Their Work Day (Hint: It’s Not Email). (Greatist)

6 Habits Of People Who Accomplish Everything On Their To-Do Lists. (Fast Company)

Don’t Overlook Standard Operating Procedures: Use These Apps to Put Them in Place. (Zapier)

3 Reasons You Should Manage Your Time Like You Manage Your Money. (Time Management Ninja)

Why I don’t answer most phone calls. I agree with pretty much every reason here. (Medium)

Related: Why You Should Make All Your Phones Calls at Once. (Time Management Ninja)

Stop Googling. Let’s Talk. ICYMI, I wrote a post in reaction to this article on Monday. (New York Times)

Believing You Are Worth More Than Your Schedule in a Culture That Glorifies Busyness. (Verily)

A Productivity Lesson from the Prison Debate Team that Defeated Harvard. (Cal Newport)

My favorite ways to stay productive when traveling. (A Life of Productivity)

The power of thank you: UGA research links gratitude to positive marital outcomes. (UGA)


How to Run (and Watch!) the NYC Marathon Like a Pro. (Daily Burn)

The Best Training for a Marathon: A Marathon. So excited this is finally becoming mainstream knowledge! (Wall Street Journal)

Sleep Advice For Athletic Bodies. (Q by Equinox)

The Great Running Injury Myth, Debunked. (Rock Creek Runner)

8 Reasons you might consider a coaching change. (Catching My Breath)

At My Yoga Class, Sleepwalking No More. (New York Times)

How I Lost 20 lbs While Eating Pizza and Doing No Cardio. (Inside Tracker)

The Mediterranean Diet: Is It the Food or the Lifestyle? (New York Times)

Ask the RD: Does the 80/20 Rule Really Work? (Fitfluential)

STUDY: Cutting Sugar for Just 10 Days Improves Kids’ Health. (The Lunch Tray)

What’s with all those stacks of stones in the woods?. (AZ Central)


Visual: 200 commuters. (Washington Post)

In Japan, Small Children Take the Subway and Run Errands Alone. (City Lab)

California city may ban loud, smelly people from buses and trains. (Reuters)

Wyoming Tourism Partners With Pixar for ‘Good Dinosaur’ Tie-In. (Skift)

Room Service or is It Food Delivery? –. (Hotel News Now)

New Study Says Marriott Has the Most Rewarding Hotel Loyalty Program. (Skift)

The naked truth about trust, hotels and Airbnb. (Tnooz)

Survey Reveals Millennials Turning to Travel Agents. (Hotel News Now)

What can a hotel guy tell a room full of airline people about transformation?. (Tnooz)

The problem with “concept” airlines. (Economist)

Why fat people should be charged more to fly. (Daily Mail)

Survey Reveals Millennials Turning to Travel Agents. (Hotel News Now)


A Vote for Toasts. (Cup of Jo)

The Truth Behind Instagram Photos. (Bored Panda)

Abraham Lincoln’s Favorite Infographic and the 5 Qualities of the Most Memorable Images. (Buffer)

Goodbye McMansion, Hello Simple Life: What I Learned From Thoreau. (Yes Magazine)

How (and Why) You Should Read More. (99U)

Tried this last night: This Chart Will Help You Choose the Best Beer to Pair with Your Halloween Candy. (The Kitchn)

Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh offers Halloween advice. (ESPN)

The simple truth is: my choices are not a commentary on yours. (Yes and Yes)

How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship. (Mark Manson)

And finally, for a laugh: My Life With Facebook’s M. (BuzzFeed)

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4 thoughts on “Links I Love: November 1, 2015”

  1. Let me tell you about how making an email 5 massive paragraphs (no matter how important the content) makes me glaze over and just read the first/last sentences.

    That said, you bet your ass I’m using “Reply All” at almost every chance I get. PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW WHAT I HAVE TO SAY!

    1. So glad you like them – I really enjoy your links too! I am adding Million Mile Secrets to my Feedly – thanks for the tip 🙂

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