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Storytelling can heal you. And podcasts.

Everyone has skeletons in their closets. Or things that remained unclear for a long time. What happens when you start clearing them by telling the stories, giving that call, saying that sorry? Telling the story can actually heal you. Here’s a show and a NY Times article that explores just that. The podcast is called …

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Musings #3 Are you a cross-careerist? O_O

When you work different jobs, you can identify where ideas interact — and more significantly, where they should interact. “It’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our heart sing,” said Steve Jobs, who was the embodiment of interdisciplinary thinking. the insights of a cool article that you must …

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Musings #2 Data viz & why do we die?

Here’s a cool way to look at data that correlates our Google searches and the most frequent cause of death. What’s the bias? A lot of hype on crime and terrorism, when diseases actually do most of the work. A lot of hype on cancer, as well, though statistics show a different version of reality. More accurate, …

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Musings #1 Range & disruption

⦿ The collision between specialized professionals / experts and generalists / polymaths / Renaissance (wo)men has a long history already, but now we have a new book claiming that deep knowledge of different subjects will be the skill of the future. Range is the name, Epstein is the author. And here’s an article analyzing the fallacies that experts …

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