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The Future of Management by Gary Hamel
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Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It by Cali Ressler
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The Walking Dead, Vol. 2 by Robert Kirkman
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Fooled by Randomness by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
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Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson
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Don't Shoot the Dog! by Karen Pryor
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Jason Fried
“That’s the great irony of letting passionate people work from home. A manager’s natural instinct is to worry about his workers not getting enough work done, but the real threat is that too much will likely get done. And because the manager isn’t sitting across from his worker anymore, he can’t look in the person’s eyes and see burnout.”
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“We’ve also sponsored the pursuit of a long list of hobbies and made sure that people get the time off to fit them in. Those hobbies include bicycle racing, whittling, trekking, motorsports, gardening, and many more. Sure, people working in an office have hobbies too, but few companies give their workers both the time off to pursue their hobbies and the financial support to make them affordable.”
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Keith J. Devlin
“Give a man a fish, he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, he’ll eat for a lifetime.”? It’s the same for mathematics education for twenty-first century life.”
Keith J. Devlin, Introduction to Mathematical Thinking

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“On Writing Well by William Zinsser The Elements of Style by William Strunk and E. B. White Revising Prose by Richard Lanham”
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