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Welcome to the second email in this series of blogmails

This is where I will be sharing interesting ideas, links and cultural moments from the past week, for the week ahead. You can always unsubscribe, forward, or share links you think should belong here.
 

Overthinkers is a great podcast by Rachel Mercer & Shann Biglione. It is a genuinely open and intellectual channel for conversations on marketing, people, workplace culture and personal development. 

The last episode had Tom Goodwin and Mark Pollard discussing collaboration, I recommend this for anyone thinking about the merits of collective intelligence and the downsides of groupthink.

↳ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-do-you-collaborate-as-introvert-tom-goodwin-mark/id1479249332?i=1000467183898
 

Sam Harris in conversation with Scott Galloway is pure gold:
They cover an especially wide range of topics – from business to mediation, marketing to getting rich slowly. 

I recommend supporting Sam’s podcast and getting access to the full 2 hours

↳ https://samharris.org/podcasts/189-wealth-happiness/
 

A recent conversation with a friend resurfaced the idea of VUCA, here on HBR.
Executives have taken to using the military acronym VUCA–Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity–to describe the world in which they operate and to ask that question: In a VUCA world, what’s the point of strategy?

↳ https://hbr.org/2014/09/a-framework-for-understanding-vuca
 

I found this talk from Sara Holoubek to be an important mediation on aging in America,
And how culture negotiates with technology

↳ https://digital.hbs.edu/innovation-disruption/aging-in-america-and-what-it-means-for-technology/
 

Kendrick Lamar and Dave Free started a new media agency – their visual mission statement is a great (and had nodes to intentional technology)
 
↳ https://www.pg-lang.com

Thank you for reading, 
 
Nitzan Hermon
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