Weekly Reports August 2021

August 27, 2021

Weekly Report 21-64

  • UNMET EXPECTATIONS ARE AMONG THE BIGGEST REASONS PEOPLE ARE UNHAPPY, “since we project what’s important to ourselves onto others. This emotional reaction is usually triggered by a feeling that our Value system has been violated” and key reasons this results... Continue
  • August 27, 2021

    Weekly Report 21-65

  • THE PRINCIPAL IMPEDIMENT TO OPTIMAL DECISION MAKING is tendency for ‘quick response’ to the immediate choices presented, without having all information really necessary to make a fully-informed best choice. “Overcoming blind spots requires nuanced perspective on potential risks and opportunities,... Continue
  • August 16, 2021

    Weekly Report 21-63

  • THE CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET VALUE FOR DIGITAL TOKENS, WHICH NOW EXCEEDS $100 BILLION, was rocked last week by a $600 million hack – but all of which was returned, after “a slew of crypto experts & businesses pledged to track the... Continue
  • August 12, 2021

    Weekly Report 21-62

  • RETURN TO OFFICE WORKPLACES IS COMPLICATED. According to a new McKinsey study, one-in-three workers so far say that transitioning back has “negatively impacted their mental health and they are five times more likely to want reduced responsibility, with 44% who... Continue
  • August 7, 2021

    Weekly Report 21-61

  • “OUR PARENTS MAY HAVE BEEN RIGHT all those times they warned that staring at the TV all day would fry our eyeballs.” Lifestyle changes from Covid-19, over a year spent indoors staring at movies/ TV/ video games/ computers/ smartphones or... Continue