April 10, 2016

Links I Love: April 10, 2016

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 Negotiate Salary: 5 Secrets Backed by Researc. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How a teacher or retail assistant manager makes more money than a Harvard MBA. (A Life of Productivity)

Four principles for how to fire someone correctly. (David Jaxon)

Having It All Kinda Sucks. (Huffington Post)


Get 5% Better. (Farnam Street)

How to Attack Your Goals Like a Shark. (Deep Existence)

10 Things You Should Do Right the First Time. (Time Management Ninja)

This Googler Explains How To Design Your Time Rather Than Manage It. (Fast Company)

5 Steps to Investing Your Energy More Wisely. (Peter Bregman)

How Asking 5 Questions Allowed Me to Eat Dinner With My Kids. (New York Times)

Why People Check Their Phones at the Wrong Times and the Simple Trick to Stop It. (Nir and Far)

Multitasking: Giving the World an Advantage it Shouldn’t Have. (Farnam Street)

How to Plan Something Without the Annoying Back-and-Forth Email Chain. (Daily Muse)

The 4 Rituals That Will Make You An Expert At Anything. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)


The Family Footsteps We Follow. (New York Times)

Is It Really A.D.H.D. or Just Immaturity?. (New York Times)

Does Exercise During Pregnancy Lead to Exercise-Loving Offspring?. (New York Times)

14 Things That Could Make Running Feel Harder Than It Should. (My Fitness Pal)

For Serious Training, Hold the Carbs at Dinnertime. (New York Times)

Want to Eat 30 Percent Fewer Calories? Do This. (Daily Burn)

What Happens to Your Body (and Metabolism) When You Don’t Sleep Enough. (My Fitness Pal)

Using the Arts to Promote Healthy Aging. (New York Times)


Alaska Air Buys Virgin America for $2.6 Billion. (Skift)

Drones Take the Place of Lasers as Top Concern for Airline Safety. (Skift)

TEDx Illustrates How Conferences Are Shifting From Event to Media Platforms. (Skift)

Travel Expectations Vs Reality. (Bored Panda)


The Dangerous Myth Rom-Coms Really Need To Stop Spreading. (Refinery29)

Former Bachelor and Bachelorette Contestants Tell All. (New York Magazine)

Why playing hard to get works and other dating lessons from behavioral economics. (PBS)

The Tinder Dating Pool Isn’t Completely Shallow. (New York Times)

Don’t Post About Me on Social Media, Children Say. (New York Times)

27 Things Only People Who Grew Up in NYC Understand. (PureWow)

Finally, for a laugh: 16 Reasons Former Drama Kids Grow Up To Be The Best Parents. (Romper)

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4 thoughts on “Links I Love: April 10, 2016”

  1. The four principles of David Jaxon are solid. I would summarize them like this:
    – provide choices or share thinking;
    – have empathy;
    – preserve self-concept;
    – share control (if you light one’s candle with your own, is your candle any less bright?).

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