April 3, 2016

Links I Love: April 3, 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
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I’ve Worked For Two Billionaires. Here’s What I Learned From Them. (LinkedIn)

Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management. (Medium)

6 Tips for Writing a Cold Email that Actually Gets Opened. (Ivanka Trump)

Curious Things That Will Kill Your Career. (LinkedIn)

How to Tell Your Colleague You Dropped the Ball. (Harvard Business Review)

Roger Fisher and Alan Sharp On How to Provide Feedback. (Farnam Street)

Five Top Female Players Accuse U.S. Soccer of Wage Discrimination. (New York Times)

Are women undermining themselves by using words like sorry in their communications?. (LinkedIn)


The Art and Science of Apologizing. (The Atlantic)

How Nice People Can Master Conflict. (LinkedIn)

How To Be A Better Friend, Even When You’re Busy. (Fast Company)

How To Be Happy: 5 Secrets Backed by Research. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

The Simple Strategy to Get Smarter, Boost Your Productivity, and Gain More Opportunities. (Deep Existence)

Spend a Productive Hour with Your Todo List. (Time Management Ninja)

A simple trick that will let you live 13.6 years longer. (A Life of Productivity)

15+ Perfectionists At Work. (Bored Panda)

Five weeeeeeeeird tips for great meetings. (The Chief Happiness Officer Blog)

The Life-Changing Magic Of Shorter Emails. (Fast Company)


How To Optimize Your Body For Your Biggest Athletic Event Of The Year. (Inside Tracker)

Women Need More Sleep Than Men: Our Brains Are Wired Differently. (EmpowHer)

Why Loving Your Body Is Not an Excuse to Do Nothing. (Greatist)

You Won’t Call It the Dreadmill After Watching This Video. (Greatist)

The 13 Best Abs Exercises You Can Do Standing Up. (Daily Burn)

Learning a New Sport May Be Good for the Brain. (New York Times)

Let Patients Read Their Medical Records. (New York Times)

How Accurate Are Activity Trackers?. (Suppversity)


Brussels Airlines Shifts Flights to 4 Other Airports After Bombs Close Its Hub. (Skift)

Brussels Subway Death Toll Highlights Airport Security Focus. (Skift)

Security Responses to the Brussels Attacks. (The Travel Insider)

Acts of terror are unlikely to stop business travellers hitting the road. (Economist)

The World’s Best Airport Is Getting Ready to Double in Size. (Skift)

DFW Airport terminal redo part of bigger mission; Fort Worth rail connection critical. (Fort Worth Business)

American, Delta, and United Earn a Cranky Jackass for Forcing Travelers to Overpay for Multi-City Trips. Great airfare pricing tip in here! (Cranky Flier)

Starwood Takeover: Anbang Raises Offer to Upset Marriott Bid. (Skift)

This Is What Marriott Has to Do to Keep Starwood From Anbang. (Skift)

Starwood Hotels Bidder Anbang Walks Away, Leaves Door Open for Marriott. (Skift)

In other potential merger news: Fates of JetBlue and Virgin America Were Intertwined From the Beginning. (Skift)


Korean beauty blogger uses makeup to transform into a squad-ready Taylor Swift. This is pretty impressive! (Some Ecards)

10 Trendy Renovations That Can Boost Your Home’s Value. (LearnVest)

Recalculating! By not driving the optimal route, you’re causing traffic jams. (The Conversation)

Why Competition is Meaningless (and How Your ‘Competitors’ are Actually Your Best Teachers). (Live Your Legend)

Um, Ah, Er: Does Hesitation Make You a Better Speaker?. (Medium)

Finally, for a laugh: Oh, hello there. (Kelly in the City)

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