A Game Where the Odds Are Always in Your Favor [Wealthy Retirement] – “The investment firm Dimensional Fund Advisors studied stock market performance from 1926 to 2020. The study looked at the odds of an investor having either positive or negative returns based on how long they were invested in the S&P 500. The results are conclusive…”
How People Learn to Become Resilient – “Perception is key to resilience: Do you conceptualize an event as traumatic, or as a chance to learn and grow?”
The three types of burnout [Ness Labs] – “Burnout has been traditionally defined as a combination of exhaustion, cynicism, and inefficiency. When we are burned out, we don’t have the emotional energy to invest ourselves into work, we distance ourselves from colleagues and customers, and we may feel incompetent as a result. […] A team at the Department of Psychiatry from the University of Zaragoza in Spain decided to design a more helpful framework to understand the many subtypes of burnout, based on how we cope when burning out.” These are discussed as it pertains to work but I think you can see its parallels elsewhere in life.
How To Be A Digital Nomad In 2021 [Mr Porter] – “Even before the past year, the world of work was undergoing a quiet, mobile revolution. A new breed of employees and freelancers were rebranding themselves as digital nomads, and setting up shop on the road – or the beach. Now, as entire industries race to adapt to a world without offices, the revolution is everywhere. Where restrictions permit travel, the pioneers are pushing boundaries and taking their jobs with them. Meanwhile, employers and destinations are working fast to meet soaring demand. But what does the digital nomad need to know before taking off?”