(Not) boring finds for June 2015
Our team comes across hundreds of weird and wonderful reads in our daily research. Below are the handful that stood out for us this month.
When less is more: Overcoming the "do something bias"
Constantly switching lanes while driving rarely gets you to your destination faster and it significantly increases your risk of accidents and fines. So why do it?
It’s hard not to love Curious George. It’s an unfair contest really—here’s a cute little monkey who, with the best of intentions, constantly gets into trouble as he explores the overly-structured world around him!
Too often, we seem to confuse heroism with heroics, significance with pomp and flash.
The unfathomable is not impossible
When we open our minds to a wide set of possibilities—including ideas that initially seem impossible—we make it easier to put the odds in our favour over time.
The boy who cried Greece
Greece has been struggling with some manner of financial crisis for almost five years. The situation has become worse of late due to the fallout from the January 2015 election when the leftist party Syriza rose to power under an...