July 15, 2018

Links I Love: July 15, 2018

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


Networking: The Art of the Cold Call. (Medium)

Ask these 7 questions in a job interview to land the perfect candidate. (Well & Good NYC)

What questions would you ask when calling references about a job candidate?. (Adam Grant)

5 Signs That You’re Ready to Be a Manager. (Daily Muse)

What to Do If You Suspect Bias in Your Performance Review. (Medium)

How to Deal With Being an Older Employee at a Modern Company. (Lifehacker)

Why Office Friendships Can Feel So Awkward. (New York Times)

How Women Can Succeed by Rethinking Old Habits. (Strategy& Business)

Madam C.E.O., Get Me a Coffee. (New York Times)

3 Ways to Outsmart Imposter Syndrome. (Medium)

This Is How Many Hours You Should Really Be Working. (Medium)


Upgrade Your Brain: 9 Mental Models that Help you Think Clearly. (Medium)

How a Rebellious Streak Can Help You Excel in the Workplace. (The Simple Dollar)

Try these two smart techniques to help you master your emotions. (TED Talks)

Don’t Eat That Frog Right Away! Five Reasons Doing the Worst First May Not Work for You. (Laura Stack)

How Serena Williams uses her “quiet eye” to keep cool under pressure and crush goals. (Well & Good NYC)

The Finer Art of Body Language. (Furthermore from Equinox)

How to Make Better Decisions with an MVP Mindset. (Zapier)

How to Make Ordinary Experiences Amazing Again. (The Simple Dollar)

4 Books That Will Show You How To Create The Best Morning Ritual. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

I Am Here’ days: the wonderful surprises of unplugging – for a short while. (Guardian)

The Body Language Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re Making. (Time)

JOMO is the new FOMO—so fire up the Netflix, and hygge it up. (Well & Good NYC)

A New York Times Opinion Writer Shares What She’s Learned About Time Management. (New York Times)

Embrace the Changes in Your Business and Personal Life. (Medium)


Sleep Your Way to the Top. (Medium)

You Can’t Adapt to Sleep Deprivation. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Waking Up Is Hard to Do. (Medium)

Brad Feld’s Village. (Colorado Health & Wellness)

Scientists Can Design ‘Better’ Babies. Should They?. (New York Times)

Lasik’s Risks Are Coming Into Sharper Focus. (New York Times)

3 Kitchen Rules for Athletes. (Furthermore from Equinox)

7 Proven Benefits of Collagen, According to Science. (Perfect Keto)

Exercise vs. Standing? You Probably Need to Do Both. (New York Times)

Prep Your Body for the Heat. (Furthermore from Equinox)


Amazon’s Alexa for Business Travel Doesn’t Compute Right Now. (Skift)

Related: Consumers would prefer the Amazon of travel to be Amazon. (Tnooz)

The Value of Staying Independent in an Increasingly Soft Branded World. (Skift)

Time for innovation?. (Tnooz)

Flying Trains Could Be Coming Your Way. (Bloomberg)

Elon Musk to Build High-Speed Transit to Chicago O’Hare Airport. (Skift)

What passengers want. (Airport World)

Here are the DFW Airport and Love Field routes that generate the most cash for airlines. (Dallas Morning News)

Airport Minimum Connection Times: What They Are And Why They Matter. (One Mile at a Time)

Everyone Wants In-Flight Wi-Fi, So Why Is Gogo Struggling?. (Bloomberg)

How airlines are making more money by making airplane bathrooms smaller. (Dallas Morning News)

Airline dynamic pricing – using advanced data science for optimum pricing strategies. (Tnooz)

Airline, Hotel and Silicon Valley Heavyweights Back Startup Aiming to Fix Travel Data Hurdle. (Skift)

Planners and Hotels Wrestle With Rising Costs as Event Dining Evolves. (Skift)

Puerto Rico Emerges From Hurricane Maria With a Plan and New Hope for Tourism. (Skift)


The Problem With Buying Cheap Stuff Online. (The Atlantic)

Do Dating Apps Really Want You to Find Love?. (INSEAD)

How to Maintain Your Friendships. (Lifehacker)

The Father of Virtual Reality on How Facebook Is Messing with Your Mind. (Heleo)

Why No One Answers Their Phone Anymore. (The Atlantic)

Prepare For Next Year’s Barbecue Right After This Year’s Barbecue. (Lifehacker)

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