Weekend Reading & 9others Listings
Writing worth reading - 9th/10th July 2022
She’s a single mother who works shifts at Whole Foods – and just climbed Everest for the 10th time by Mayhew Bergman
“It was frustrating having my climb get delayed multiple years in a row,” she said. “However, I knew one day I would get the chance to go again …”
How I became a turnaround CEO by Francesca Cassidy
“As a transformational CEO, I’ll be walking into a scenario that’s going badly,” he says. “Maybe the company will have only a short lifespan unless we can revive it. This is where I’ll have a distinct edge. I might have an educational disadvantage, but I do have incredible conditioning to failure and difficult circumstances …”
The Pandemic Is Waning. Anthony Fauci Has a Few More Lessons to Share by Anna Peele
“I would do it over again,” Fauci says, of being less-than-present for his family, “because I was doing things that are really important. It was constantly one time-consuming challenge after the other ...”
Justin Su’a: Peak Mental Performance by Justin Su'a
“And when you are trying to control something that’s uncontrollable, there are some unintended things that pop up ...”
“But I also know there’s a strong natural desire for internal measures – being independent, following your quirky habits, and doing what you want, when you want, with whom you want. That’s what people actually want.”
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