September 10, 2017

Links I Love: September 10, 2017

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


From Heroes to Advocates: Why We Changed The Name of Our Customer-Facing Team. (Buffer)

Meeting Achievement Stickers. (The Cooper Review)

The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals. (Farnam Street)

3 Tips for Surviving Work Conferences. (Quiet Revolution)

This Is the Ideal Number of Hours to Work a Day, According to Decades of Science. (Inc)

The Ambition Collision. (New York Magazine)

Non-Sales Daily Habits That’ll Improve Your Sales Skills. (0)

4 ways to have a better staff meeting. (Patty Azzarello)

How I Get It Done: Lisa Bloom. (New York Magazine)

9 Questions to Ask Before Moving for a Job. (The Every Girl)

Science of storytelling: why and how to use it in your marketing. I love this idea! Definitely going to be trying this for some of my upcoming proposals. (The Guardian)

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Guru Makes Ice Cream Flavors. (Thrillist)

Switching Careers Doesn’t Have to Be Hard: Charting Jobs That Are Similar to Yours. (New York Times)

Talk Like a Human: 8 Phrases to Avoid Saying to Your Customers. (Zapier)


Find Compassion for Difficult People. (Wall Street Journal)

Forming New Habits: Train to be an Amateur, Not an Expert. (Thrive Global)

How to Overcome Burnout. (Ivanka Trump)

Where to Stand at an Event to Meet the Most New People. (Time)

How to Be Heard When Talking to a Chronic Interrupter. (Science of Us)

One of America’s most beloved author’s ‘number one life hack’ for lasting relationships. (Business Insider)

Studies Reveal Differences Between the Two Types of “Nice” People. (Big Think)

The Real Reason You’re Burned Out. (Oprah)

Grit, Gratitude, and the Art of Sticking With It. (Heleo)

The Hidden Ingredient to Connecting With Others. (Fulfill Daily)

Do You Know How Others See You?. (Wall Street Journal)

How Socially Connected Are You?. (Greater Good)

Understand what helps you build habits with Exist. (Exist App)

Are You an Unhappy Achiever?. (Psychology Today)

These Three Bad Habits Are Making Your Work Stress Worse. (Fast Company)

What Everyone Gets Wrong About the 10,000 Hour Rule. (Heleo)

How to Be More Likable – and How That’s Financially Valuable. (The Simple Dollar)


An anxiety-reducing watch could be the next trend in wearables. (Well & Good NYC)

The Split Long Run: Is It As Effective?. (Run to the Finish)

This Is the Best Time to Exercise to Improve Your Memory. (Readers Digest)

Exercise as a Weight Loss Strategy. (New York Times)

Find Joy in Exercise. (Furthermore from Equinox)

3 Mental Strategies to Help You Build a Regular Exercise Routine. (Big Think)

7 Simple Ways to Cut Back on Sugar (Because You Know It’s Not Easy). (Greatist)

On the other hand: The positive effect of eating ice cream for breakfast. (The Independent)

Drinking alcohol borrows energy (and happiness) from tomorrow. (A Life of Productivity)

These are the healthiest snacks you can find at the gas station. (Well & Good NYC)


What airports are the favourite of Hollywood film makers?. (Airport World)

Burning Man airport emerges in Nevada desert. (USA Today)

Airports and airlines to invest $33 billion on new IT this year. (Airport World)

Related: Airport and airline technology chiefs look to AI to enhance customer service. (Tnooz)

Artificial Intelligence Is Becoming a Priority for Airline IT Chiefs. (Skift)

Budget Airlines Lead Fare Wars in the U.S. That Are ‘Painful’ to Legacy Rivals. (Skift)

JetBlue Pilots Will Come From the Ranks of Ex-Baggage Handlers and Grocery Clerks. (Skift)

Ryanair Introduces a Thoughtful and Fair Carry-On Bag Fee. (Cranky Flier)

Southwest’s first Panasonic connected plane is flying. (Wandering Aramean)

Airlines can innovate the stopover experience with mobile. (Tnooz)

United Blames Hurricane Harvey for Major Revenue Decline. (Skift)

Delta Flight Weaves Through Irma for the Last Flight From San Juan. (The Points Guy)

Why Keeping Airplane Air Conditioning Vents On Prevents Infections. (Thrillist)

What Eclipseville, USA Learned From Hosting a Once-in-a-Lifetime Event. (Skift)

Best Travel Tips for More Exciting Vacations & Adventure. This is by my friend Jon, who I’ve adventured with before!! (Thrillist)

The dos and don’ts of working with influencers. (Tnooz)


How to Move a Town. (Bloomberg)

Life lessons on buying stuff. (Be Yourself)

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?. (The Atlantic)

Why You Need a Cash Cache. (The Simple Dollar)

From Blue-Black to Stock Tank Tubs: Here Are Fall’s Top Home Trends. (PureWow)

What Happens When Reality Enters the “Reality” of the Bachelorette?. (New York Times)

Do you live in a bubble? A quiz. (PBS)

Related: How To Live In The World (Not In A Bubble). (Yes and Yes)

Why there’s no such thing as a gifted child. (Guardian)

Most Mothers Feel Judged, With Families Often the Worst Critics. (New York Times)

22 Frugal Things I Did Today. (The Simple Dollar)

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