Julien Schléret

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Julien Schléret

20 days ago

The most important asset in your life isn’t time, but attention. The quality of the experiences in your life doesn’t depend on how many hours there are in the day, but in how the hours you have are used.

Technology is destroying the most important asset in your life

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Julien Schléret

33 days ago

"A garden with only one type of flower or flowers with only one color is no good. This is a reminder that our strength, growth, survival and very existence lies in diversity."

The magic of Khmer classical dance

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Julien Schléret

33 days ago

"Individualistic cultures, which emphasise achievement over affiliation, help cultivate this time-is-money mindset. This creates an urgency to make every moment count, "

Why is everyone so busy?

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Julien Schléret

192 days ago

How to Make Feedback Feel Normal

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Julien Schléret

222 days ago

Yuval Harari on why humans won’t dominate Earth in 300 years

vox.com

Julien Schléret

290 days ago

The Condensed Guide to Running Meetings

hbr.org

Julien Schléret

297 days ago

A Clarifying Moment in American History

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Julien Schléret

313 days ago

"When you feel things start to slow down, you have to keep asking questions. Questions are your best weapon against inertia."

Speed as a Habit

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Julien Schléret

314 days ago

Filter Out the Noise

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Julien Schléret

315 days ago

Trump Thinks Meryl Streep Lives In A "Bubble." This Veteran's Response Is Perfect

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Julien Schléret

326 days ago

5 Under-the-Radar Social Media Studies to Make You A Smarter Marketer

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Julien Schléret

326 days ago

Great read about Twitter, hope this company and product are here to stay for a long time!

A billion dollar gift for Twitter

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Julien Schléret

329 days ago

Some people in my family could learn from this article..

How to Win Your Next Political Argument

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Julien Schléret

341 days ago

What We Learned From Our First Year on Medium

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Julien Schléret

365 days ago

Some features you might not be familiar with :)

15 Pocket Tips and Tricks to Master Your Reading List

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Julien Schléret

390 days ago

"One study found that only 14% of people understood their company’s strategy and only 24% felt the strategy was linked to their individual accountabilities. Most executives mistakenly assume that repeated explanations through dense PowerPoint presentations are what increases understanding and ownership of strategy. To the contrary, people’s depth of commitment increases when they, not their leader, are talking."

Make Strategic Thinking Part of Your Job

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Julien Schléret

437 days ago

The first step is to actually recognize — and own up to — the challenges. None of us likes to admit our weaknesses and flaws, but in order to improve, we have to. Each of the successful entrepreneurs I spoke with ultimately recognized the importance of these necessary but difficult tasks and that, in many cases, they were things they had been avoiding or procrastinating about — to the detriment of their business.

Being a Successful Entrepreneur Isn’t Only About Having the Best Ideas

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Julien Schléret

480 days ago

That is freaking scary!!!

5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win

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Julien Schléret

517 days ago

Remember this mnemonic: SLIDE
- Simplify
- Lose the cliches
- Information needs emphasis
- Designate elements
- Empathy for the audience

How to Create Presentations that Don't Suck

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Julien Schléret

539 days ago

Successful completion of tasks brings about the inner states that chronic procrastinators think they need to initiate tasks in the first place. Put in simpler form, you don’t wait until you’re in olympic form to start training. You train to get into olympic form.

[Discussion] Screw motivation - what you need is discipline.

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Julien Schléret

542 days ago

Hiring the best, what does that even mean?

We Hire the Best, Just Like Everyone Else

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Julien Schléret

587 days ago

It appears that the most successful companies are managed well in part because they hire the best managers and in part because they find ways to let the less talented ones move on. And attracting top managers means making sure they are well compensated for their efforts, but perhaps not so much that other workers get left behind.

Proof That Good Managers Really Do Make a Difference

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Julien Schléret

615 days ago

Loved this article! - “not knowing” is the whole fucking point. Life is all about not knowing, and then doing something anyway. All of life is like this. All of it. And it’s not going to get any easier just because you found out you love your job cleaning septic tanks or you scored a dream gig writing indie movies.

Screw Finding Your Passion

markmanson.net

Julien Schléret

691 days ago

Top 10 Skills You Need at Work That Have Nothing to Do with Your Job

lifehacker.com

Julien Schléret

693 days ago

It's all about quality of the relationships, not about fame our money

What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

ted.com

Julien Schléret

697 days ago

It sounds so simple to say that bosses need to tell employees when they're screwing up. But it very rarely happens.

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

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Julien Schléret

697 days ago

The latest estimate is that there are now over 4 billion people taking pictures around the world, creating a staggering 1.2 trillion photos per year, the bulk of which are made by smartphone cameras

There Are Now 8x More People Taking Pictures than 10 Years Ago

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Julien Schléret

698 days ago

Why YouTube Is Twice as Valuable as Netflix

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Julien Schléret

699 days ago

The banality of his demise is striking. All that really happened is that he was great, and those around him became fixated on how much money he could make.

The Two Lives of Michael Jackson

newyorker.com

Julien Schléret

704 days ago

Make Your Team Less Hierarchical

hbr.org

Julien Schléret

705 days ago

Why Wall Street talent is moving to Silicon Valley

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Julien Schléret

710 days ago

Star Wars’ $4 Billion Price Tag Was the Deal of the Century

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Julien Schléret

712 days ago

Let’s not let fear defeat our values

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