Craig Bailey

CEO @ XEN

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Craig Bailey

3 days ago

An example: Instead of spending billions of dollars to make train rides shorter — something frustrated commuters would seem likely to prefer — it may be cheaper and more effective just to equip the trains with Wifi. The ride is the same duration but is now more enjoyable.

Sometimes it's smarter to target attitudes, not circumstances.

After watching over 50 TED talks, these insights have stuck with me the most

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What Sets Successful CEOs Apart

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13 days ago

How Filter Bubbles Distort Reality: Everything You Need to Know

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20 days ago

How Soylent Uses Zapier to Automatically Transcribe Phone Calls and Build a Database of Legal Advice

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27 days ago

The surprising number of American adults who think chocolate milk comes from brown cows

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27 days ago

Marketers: This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

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31 days ago

How Doist Makes Remote Work Happen

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31 days ago

Amazon and the "profitless business model" fallacy

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Jefferies gives IBM Watson a Wall Street reality check

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This Is How To Have An Amazing Relationship: 7 Secrets From Research

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32 days ago

The surprising truth about sugar. Here’s everything you need to know about what it does to your body.

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32 days ago

23 Questions to Ask Instead Of “So, What Do You Do?”

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32 days ago

How to Run Email Automation on Less Than $30

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32 days ago

65 best marketing articles of all time (as of 2017)

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32 days ago

Active Listening

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32 days ago

The Rise of the Thought Leader

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51 days ago

This Is How Big Oil Will Die

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51 days ago

4) Actively engage in negative visualization. Spend a few minutes contemplating the annoyances or tragedies of life each day, but finish by acknowledging all of the great things you currently have. This will prepare you for the suffering inherent in life while keeping your heart open enough to receive its most dazzling jewels.

7 Popular “Self-Help Tips” That Are F**king Up Your Life

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62 days ago

17 incredibly useful Amazon products and services you never knew existed

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62 days ago

You Have No Free Will

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62 days ago

These Maps Reveal the Hidden Structures of ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books

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64 days ago

How To Learn In 2 Days What Normally Takes 6 Months

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81 days ago

Mark Zuckerberg will be our downfall

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82 days ago

A Hacker’s Tips For Protecting Your Digital Privacy

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82 days ago

12 skills you can learn in a week that will impress just about anyone

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82 days ago

8 Reasons Why Happy Couples Rarely Share Their Relationship Statuses on Social Media

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84 days ago

The Most Amazing Lie in History

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86 days ago

Wonderful

‘James Bond of Philanthropy’ Gives Away the Last of His Fortune

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88 days ago

One More Thing

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88 days ago

Tea Is Good For Your Health! Here Are The Different Kinds Of Tea & All Their Benefits

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89 days ago

Since Facebook roll-outs are dog shit, here’s how to tag products and send customers straight to your checkout.

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89 days ago

The Startup Founder’s Guide to Analytics

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89 days ago

More than B12: The Ultimate Guide to Supplementing Your Plant-Based Diet

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91 days ago

Heartbreaking

My Family’s Slave

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94 days ago

Why Amazon is eating the world

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94 days ago

“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.” ― Carl Jung

This Is The Antidote For Digital Narcissism

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95 days ago

Stunning read

The simpleminded demand simple causes for complex problems.

The simpleminded demand simple solutions.

The Hubris of Ignorance

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96 days ago

15 habits of self-made millionaires, from a man who spent 5 years studying rich people

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96 days ago

What Happens to Your Brain When You Stop Believing in God

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99 days ago

I feel exposed... do you too?

I really do believe that our attitudes are shaped much more by our social groups than they are by facts on the ground. We are not great reasoners. Most people don't like to think at all, or like to think as little as possible. And by most, I mean roughly 70 percent of the population. Even the rest seem to devote a lot of their resources to justifying beliefs that they want to hold, as opposed to forming credible beliefs based only on fact

Why we pretend to know things, explained by a cognitive scientist

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101 days ago

The Step-by-Step Guide to Making Money from Instagram

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101 days ago

Why Instagram Is Becoming Facebook’s Next Facebook

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107 days ago

How long does it take to rank in Google? (A study by Ahrefs)

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107 days ago

The Myth of a Superhuman AI

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107 days ago

Fascinating

People Don’t Want Something Truly New, They Want the Familiar Done Differently.

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107 days ago

Reminder - relying on google has a timeframe

How Google eats a business whole

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107 days ago

The Three-Hour Brand Sprint

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108 days ago

Useful

How to Get Thousands of Leads from Quora in Five Months

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108 days ago

Important reading

The five universal laws of human stupidity

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108 days ago

Kotatsu Tables: Cozy Mobile Hearths Solve Space Heating in Japanese Homes

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