What I’m Reading – Week of April 5th

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read, watched or listened to this week.

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  • What You Truly Value

“Our devotion to our values gets tested in the face of a true crisis. But it’s also an opportunity to reconnect, recommit, and sometimes, bake some bread.”


  • Self-education: How To Leverage The End of Credentialism

“The average lifespan of a technical skill is roughly 18 months. The world is moving fast. Anything you learn today may become obsolete tomorrow.”


  • Kiwi Virtues in a Time of Trouble

“Nothing fancy. Nothing heroic. Just do our part and be there for our mates in trouble.”


  • 7 Ways You Sabotage Yourself on the Path to Reaching Your Goals

“Sometimes, you really are your own worst enemy.”


  • For The Full Life Experience, Put Down All Devices And Walk

“‘Walking with a purpose’ is usually regarded as a positive thing, taken as a sign that people are focused, with eyes on an end-goal or prize. But the art of walking is not about purpose or aim. The art of walking is all about this purposeless purpose.”


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