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How to Build Resilient Kids By Sheryl Sandberg

After reading How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss by Sharyl Sandberg in to-day’s The New York Times OP-ED I was reminded of her 2016 Berkley’s Convocation speech.  To-day’s OP-ED was adopted from her new book Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant. She has been very admiring personality by opening up her personal life & educating other from her own experience. Very powerfully brave civic duty!

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Political Watch

FBI Reshaped 2016 Presidential Election?

According a new report in The New York Times titled Comey Tried to Shield the F.B.I. From Politics. Then He Shaped an Election, the authors Matt Apuzzo et al. suggest that FBI tried to reshape the past bitter 2016 Presidential election. It’s very long investigative report with another perspective to understand the last Presidential election. There will be many more reports & books will be written by verious players for sometime.

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Why We Believe Untruthful Information

In this our current environment of untruthful or “fake” news & information spreading around in print, television or mobile devices, Philip Fernbach and Steven Sloman explain in this Why We Believe Obvious Untruths how our brain processes obvious untruthful information. Very interesting article to understand why & how we believe obvious “fake” information!

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President Trump – First Silicon Valley President?

The New York Times columnist Charles Duhigg has a very interesting article “How Trump Became the First Silicon Valley President” in to-day’s post where he discusses how President Trump successfully used a Silicon valley tested disruptive start-up technology to run his campaign and become the first out-side candidate to win US Presidential election in modern history. Continue reading

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Robots are Not Killing American Dreams

The New York Times editorial board has a opinion piece to-day titled No, Robots Aren’t Killing the American Dream in response to Claire Cain Miller’s The Long-Term Jobs Killer Is Not China. It’s Automation. published in December 20016. The editorial argues with job statistics that the decline of American Dream is caused primarily by due to our lawmakers decisions not due to technological automation. Continue reading

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