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  • Human Factors and Change (medium.com)

    Organisational change, behavioural design and coaching psychology insights — practical and research informed. Clever ways to put a dent in the world.

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  • Thought Shot (thoughtshot.substack.com)

    A newsletter on Leadership and Impact for Next-Generation Leaders.

    Learn about tips, hacks, tools, and frameworks for being a better version of the leader you are today. 

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  • The Intentional (www.getrevue.co)

    The Intentional is a newsletter and resource center for developing intentional habits based on mental health, productivity and climate conscience that’ll help us thrive as creators.

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  • PPLSKILL (www.getrevue.co)

    Learn by short pieces of information to empower your career; for employees, entrepreneurs, and freelancers.

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  • The Getting Things Done Framework (thinkingbat.substack.com)

    There is a set of stuff that needs to be addressed in your daily life. It is comforting to procrastinate on that stuff in the short term, but after a while, that unattended stuff starts to nags you in the background, highlighting your incompetency. It crawls inside your brain, scratching on the edges, from time to time, reminding you of the significance of its existence.

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  • The Astukari Newsletter (astukari.substack.com)

    Essential insights in a small package.

    The Astukari Newsletter is a curated list of worthwhile content by writer Jacob Robinson. Every two weeks get the best in psychology, business, investing, and more in an email that takes about two minutes to read. 

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  • Getting Your Financial House in Order (scuttlebutt.substack.com)

    Do you ever have a long list of chores to get done but you can’t start because your living or workspace isn’t clean? It’s amazing how spending an hour organizing and getting everything into its rightful place prepares you to work better. Before I even start my coursework each day, I spend 15-20 minutes straightening my room because I literally can’t think straight otherwise (thank you to my mother for reading this and passing on this wonderful…curse/trait). Whether you’re blessed with this ailment or not, your financial life is the exact same way. How can you expect to plan for your future if you have no idea where you are now?

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