What caught my attention – week of 13 April 2020

Welcome back for another edition of a curated list of articles that I found interesting. This week we cover a potential major agriculture disaster that could impact the world (locusts – how Biblical), Dyson’s ingenious engineering ideas for kids and an experienced meditator’s take on how to deal with isolation, amongst others. 1. Agriculture Title: …

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What caught my attention – week of 30 March 2020

1. HeartMath Title: THE HEARTMATH EXPERIENCE – Connect with the Heart of Who You Truly Are Link: HeartMath HeartMath does fantastic research and they recently made their flagship online course available free of charge. I’d invite you to take a look. This effective 90‑minute interactive learning experience, which has been featured at film festivals, provides …

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What caught my attention – week of 2 March 2020

Good morning from Hong Kong. Below are a few articles focusing on the global chip industry, global supply chains (that are way overdue for a re-organisation) and the environmental impact of the current global health situation. 1. Global chip industry Title: How ASML became chipmaking’s biggest monopoly Link: Economist Ask people to pinpoint the centre …

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What caught my attention – week of 24 February 2020

Coming to you from Hong Kong this week. Below are a selection of readings covering the Gates Foundation’s annual letter, (the must read) Berkshire letter and a fascinating article on chemical toxicity and reproduction, amongst others. 1. Philanthropy Title: Our 2020 annual letter – Why we swing for the fences Link: Gates Foundation Twenty years …

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What caught my attention – week of 17 February 2020

Greetings from Bali this time. This week I’ve a selection of articles on geopolitics, spend-down philanthropy and travel to name a few.   1. HeartMath research Title: Psychophysiological Coherence: A Proposed Link Among Appreciation, Cognitive Performance, and Health Link: HeartMath Physiological correlates of this mode can be objectively defined and measured. In addition, by using …

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