What I’m Reading – The Week of November 24th

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

  • On Why We Often Remember Bad Memories Rather Than Good


Memories are fallible. Long-term memories are nearly always wrong.”

  • On the Importance of Long Term Thinking in a Society Dominated by Instant Gratification


The information you consume will likely one day provide you with some benefit, you just don’t know where yet. It just takes time.”

  • When a Stress Expert Battles Mental Illness


It’s hard to reconcile being an ‘expert’ on performance and experiencing what I’m experiencing. At times, I feel like a fraud and an impostor, fragile and scared.”

  • On Taking Risk and Timing


Isn’t that what drives us? The desire to acquire more, even if not necessarily more things but more knowledge, more skills, more experiences, more praise, more power.”

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