Here are the most interesting stories I’ve found this week! Enjoy!
- Mastering Respectful Confrontation | Respectful Confrontation: Joe Weston’s new book on his theories of using communication like martial arts to be in your power is finally out. I have been to his workshops and highly recommend that you pick up a copy!
- The Art of Powerful Living: Harry Faddis and Michael Cohen speak about their Art of Powerful Living workshop for Gay Men at Easton Mountain this November.
- Joshua Walters: On being just crazy enough | Video on TED.com: This comic shows that anything that can be seen as a disability can also be seen as an asset.
- Survey: Half of us want to quit our jobs | Need to Know: It’s not just you. Many people are dissatisfied with their work. That’s why I feel my work is so important, even, and especially, in tough economic times.
- The Happiness Project: A Fundamental Secret to Happiness? Get Enough Sleep: I’m trying to live into this myself!
- The Maddow Blog – Overworked America: Does it feel like you’re working more? You probably are.
- How to Connect a Conference: Or, “I Can’t See Your IQ from Across the Room” — Jason Seiden: Interesting networking tips for conference attendees.
- A solstice approaches, unnoticed: James Carroll of the Boston Globe had a wonderful article about how we are feeling disconnected from the natural world.
- Perform This Way (Parody of “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga) by “Weird Al” Yankovic: A brilliant parody by Weird Al.
- Latające lampiony Poznań – rekord Polski • RekordyGuinessa.pl: A very cool event in Poland where they light paper lanterns and have them float in the sky. There are thousands of them!
- How to Talk to Little Girls: Very interesting article about how we start programming little girls (and I would say boys) to think certain ways about themselves.
- Harnessing the Power of Feedback Loops: In graduate school I studied about reinforcing and balancing feedback loops. This brings an update.
- [Korea’s Got Talent] tvN 코리아 갓 탤런트 Ep.1 Sung-bong Choi!!!.avi: An amazing talent and an amazing story.
So, what’s gotten your attention this week?