Weekly Reports July 2019

July 19, 2019

Weekly Report 19-30

  • ‘BURNOUT’ TO THE POINT OF FEELING EXHAUSTED/ANNOYED/UNAPPRECIATED AND CONSIDERING LEAVING YOUR JOB can mean that your position is really a mismatch. But often, a few tweaks can alleviate the frustration and restore balance. A few tips: (1) Realign boundaries relating... Continue
  • July 10, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-29

  • “GOOD LEADERS ACCEPT THAT REGARDLESS OF THEIR INTELLECT, EXPERIENCE, or the reassurance of those around them, decisions involve very human processes to which they are not immune… and know that too much certainty can blind them to strategic risk” –... Continue
  • July 2, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-28

  • • AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF SMARTPHONE OBSESSION IS LITERALLY IMPACT ON HUMAN HEADS. Nearly five hours average daily hunching over handheld devices has impacted over a third of 1,200 persons (in a study of Canadian men + women aged 18... Continue
  • June 28, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-27

  • “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS NOW CHANGING THE WAY ‘CREATIVES’ CREATE, DESIGN AND EXECUTE PROJECTS.” An algorithm available on smartphones and via Amazon Echo (Endel) now develops personalized mood-music for users, either focusing on work or relaxation, based on a series of... Continue
  • June 28, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-26

  • OLD UNUSED EMAIL ACCOUNTS PUT YOUR SECURITY & PRIVACY AT RISK – particularly old school or work addresses – since a hacker can impersonate you, search for personal info, or try the same password on your current accounts. Deletion first... Continue