August 8, 2022
This is Queenie,
the new intern of Glasp
I hand-picked 3 good articles for you to highlight
this week. Hope they'll help you get new ideas and
perspectives. (You can read this online!)
📚 This Week's Reading List
Your Life With the 80/20
Rule by Brett & Kate McKay
To maximize your outcomes with the least input, you
can apply the 80/20 Rule discovered by Vilfredo
Pareto. Based on his observation, Richard Koch
furthered that 20% of causes produce about 80% of
outcomes in most aspects of your lives.
🔍 more content in #Productivity
to admit that you are wrong by Allie
"Wrongness can be cause for celebration." While we
are always wrong about the perception of wrongness,
Julia Strand's experience tells you that
acknowledging your mistakes gives you more
inspiration. To do that, you need to overcome your
🔍 more content in #Self-improvement
Know Less About Social Media Than We
Think by Shane Doe (6min)
We definitely master the use of these social media
sites. However, are we the true masters?
Unfortunately, Jonathan Haidt informs us that these
sites have the authority over us, changing our
ideologies, or even making us more stupid.
🔍 more content in #Social
📣 Community News
🟦 Community Meetup:
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Community Meetup on Zoom on August
12 (Fri) and August
13 (Sat) 🥰 Please feel free
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