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Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Parents and Children Remain Separated by Miles and Bureaucracy

Personal Works

How will federal authorities reunite them?
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="''Ms. González, who had been released on a bond, was meeting her lawyer on Thursday and would soon join the volunteers who were driving her to New York City to find her three...

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How CEOs Manage Time

How CEOs Manage Time

Personal Works

Time is the scarcest resource leaders have. Where they allocate it matters — a lot
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="left" content_custom_font="''Countless concepts, tools, and metrics have been developed to help leaders manage well. However, our study of what the CEOs of large, complex organizations actually do—as manifest in...

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The Overcommitted Organization

The Overcommitted Organization

Personal Works

Why it’s hard to share people across multiple teams—and what to do about it
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''Nearly every knowledge worker these days is a member of multiple concurrent teams. Together, organizational and team leaders can make the most of that trend by creating an environment where...

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Are Superfoods Really All That Super?

Are Superfoods Really All That Super?

GQ Magazine

With great nutritional claims comes great responsibility
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="It’s a made-up word. If you look to any national authority in health or nutrition you will find that no official definition exists. Why? Because a superfood is simply a marketing term for a...

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The Transformative Experience of Writing for Sense8

The Transformative Experience of Writing for Sense8

Personal Works

giulio bonasera people together conceptual illustration
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="“..My screenwriting experience confirmed my belief. While Lana, Lilly, and Joe were responsible for the foundations of the show—for all the characters and their narrative trajectories—my role was to make proposals that would be taken up by the other people in the room and spun...

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Reload

Reload

Personal Works

Catharsis
“Mommy said you would want to speak with me. She said that it might help you, if you ever came back.“
“What are you? I don’t understand.“
“I’m a memory.“
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" link="http://seat14c.com/future_ideas/10E" font_style="italic" font_weight="500" content_custom_font="James Smythe’s “Catharsis“, one of...

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How Human Craft Began

How Human Craft Began

Nautilus

Man Finds Stick
[eltd_custom_font custom_font_tag="h5" font_weight="" text_align="justify" content_custom_font="''This issue's cover story has a simple thesis: Human craft, the building of things by hand, began with the wooden stick. This simplest and earliest act of construction changed the course of human evolution, the first in a succession of tools that...

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