This was a particularly rich week for the #swipefile — especially for articles about how our brains work (or don’t!) in certain situations. So, in the continued theme of the late-Summer “minimum viable newsletter,” here are three of those great articles I highly recommend you make time to read:
How to Present Your Ideas to a Coworker Who Won’t Listen (because, well, don’t we find ourselves in this situation all the time—both inside of work and out?)
How Humans Think When They Think As Part of a Group (because it introduces the new-to-me-and-so-maybe-new-to-you concept of “socially distributed cognition”—otherwise known as when it’s a good thing, even necessary, to have a group of people
And one final (very quick) one:
An Ode to Procrastination (because, well, sometimes we all procrastinate)
By the way, if you ever spot an article or post you think would be great for the #swipefile, please let me know! You can email me the link or tag me on Twitter (@tamadear) or LinkedIn (@tamsenwebster).
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