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The neuroscience of leadership

I’ve been reading extensively on the science of behavior change, particularly with respect to leadership. The most interesting articles by far on the neuroscience of the threat-response/reward-response, and our constant evaluation of status: David Stone and the neuroscience of leadership I’ve also been reading Carol Dweck of Stanford on “fixed mindsets” and “growth mindsets”. Lastly, … Continue reading

The Clash- “Julie’s been working for the drug squad”

The piano solo in this song is one of the most under-appreciated in music history. The song is based on a real-life incident, as documented here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Julie Julie Taylor was the name of one of the undercover officers, posing as a hippie, who broke up what was at the time the worlds largest LSD drug … Continue reading