What I’m Reading – Week of June 14th

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

  • Permanent Assumptions

“If you were told in January what April would look like, you wouldn’t have believed it. If you were told in April that in May we’d face a nationwide protest so important it would crowd out almost all COVID-19 news, you wouldn’t have believed it.”


  • How to Feel Better When You Don’t Know What’s Wrong

“Like many people I’ve spoken to this spring, I don’t know how I’m doing, only that some things feel off.”


  • The Habits of Happiness (video)

“Our control of the outer world is limited, temporary and  often illusory.”


“For a leader, a crisis can be both the finest hour and the darkest day. Teams will remember their actions and decisions — good and bad — for years to come.”


  • Yes, It’s All Your Fault: Active vs. Passive Mindsets

“The hard truth is that most things in your life – good and bad – are your fault.”


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