Links I Love: September 17, 2017

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Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy 🙂

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER

Six Myths about Success That Can Hold You Back. (Greater Good)

Good News for Young Strivers: Networking Is Overrated. (New York Times)

What Does It Mean to Wear Heels?. (The Atlantic)

How to Delegate to Subordinates. (Corporette)

‘How Can I Be More Assertive at Work?’. (New York Magazine)

Unwritten Codes of Conduct: Five Rules You Won’t Find in the Employee Manual. (Laura Stack)

How to Find Meaning in a Job That Isn’t Your “True Calling”. (Harvard Business Journal)

Silicon Valley Courts Brand-Name Teachers, Raising Ethics Issues. (New York Times)

Related: Success and Side Projects: How Your Hobbies and Unrelated Interests Help Your Career. (Zapier)

Five Work Habits To Kick Before The End Of The Year. (Fast Company)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Before Going Into a Meeting, Decide What You Want to Get Out. (Time Management Ninja)

Tim Ferriss on How to Stop Wasting Energy. (Heleo)

The Power of Anti-Goals. (Medium)

The Scientific Secret to Permanent Stress Reduction. (Fulfill Daily)

13 Things Science Says Will Make You Much Happier. (Heleo)

How to Get People to Help Each Other, Online and Off. (Nir and Far)

Everything You Know About Genius May Be Wrong. (Heleo)

How to Train Yourself to Be a More Rational Thinker. (New York Magazine)

Hyperbolic Discounting: Why You Make Terrible Life Choices. (Nir and Far)

10 things you can do before 9 a.m. to make your day that much better. (Business Insider)

Playing board games can make you a nicer person with better relationships. (Quartz)

Anxiety Makes Us Perform Better. (Psychology Today)

HEALTH/FITNESS

You Snooze, You Lose? The Majority of Americans Wake Up Thinking About Money. (NBC News)

Sleep-Deprived People Are Less Socially Desirable. (Van Winkle’s)

Forget meal prep. Here’s how to make healthy lunches easier.. (NBC News)

The 411 on ‘Health Pros’ and How They can Help. (My Fitness Pal)

Are you taking too many supplements?. (Well & Good NYC)

How To Fuel Your Runs With Real Food. (My Fitness Pal)

Introducing Running Therapy. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Light Workouts Can Cure Post-Vacation Blues. (My Fitness Pal)

5 Signs You Shouldn’t Try to Push Through a Workout. (Greatist)

Related: 3 Ways to Reduce Soreness in the Gym. (My Fitness Pal)

Daily Wisdom: Recover Harder. (Furthermore from Equinox)

This is Your Brain on Exercise. (My Fitness Pal)

How Exercise Could Help You Learn a New Language. (New York Times)

How Humans Are Shaping Our Own Evolution. (National Geographic)

iPhones Have Changed the Way We Poop… for the Worse. (Thrillist)

TRAVEL

Norwegian Ship Is Escaping Irma at Sea on a Cruise to Who Knows Where. (Skift)

American Airlines Expects Irma Will Be Short-Term Blip on Revenues. (Skift)

Frontier Airlines Gets Fined $1.5 Million for Stranding Passengers on Tarmac. (Skift)

Delta Just Paid $4,000 To Bump a Passenger. Here’s the Ridiculous Reason Why. (Inc)

A New Surprise Airline Fee. (Wall Street Journal)

Tips for surviving long flights. (Washington Post)

Know When It Makes Sense to Book Flights & Hotel Stays Through an Online Travel Agency. (Million Mile Secrets)

Supersonic Flights Could Be a Thing Again If the Market Is Large Enough. (Skift)

Pilot becomes internet celeb after daring mid-air selfies. (Daily Mail)

The Back Door Way to Regulate Against Adding More Seats on Airplanes. (Cranky Flier)

United Backtracks on Basic Economy Fares as American Expands Them. (Skift)

Random and Interesting Tidbits From American and United at the Boyd Conference. Lots of interesting revenue management tidbits in here. (Cranky Flier)

Allegiant’s Condo Project Could Mean Trouble for the Airline. (Cranky Flier)

Get Your Tickets for @JetBlue ‘s Beer Tasting at 30,000 Feet. This sounds awesome! (Food and Wine Magazine)

Scents on a plane: Why the aviation industry is waking up to fragrance. (CNN)

Airlines Dial Up Pampering for Business Class. (Wall Street Journal)

How simplicity and lifestyle branding drive loyalty for airlines. (Tnooz)

Icelandair brings new meaning to inflight entertainment. (Wandering Aramean)

10 years on, airlines begin to see the benefits of inflight wifi. (Skift)

Travel firms need to see the benefits of experimentation. (Tnooz)

iPhone X won’t be the future of travel, but it will boost biometric ID adoption. (Tnooz)

Related: Business Travelers Weigh Ease of Biometrics Against Privacy Concerns. (Skift)

Out of this world – DFW to open Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. (Airport World)

Hotels find alternatives to room service. (USA Today)

Motel 6 Hotels in Phoenix Gave Guest Information to Immigration Authorities. (Skift)

Amtrak CEO-In-Waiting Richard Anderson Boasts About Rail Line’s Seat Quality. (Skift)

Denver to Vail in 9 minutes: Colorado route a finalist for Hyperloop One high-speed travel network. (Fox Denver)

Another take: Hyperloop One sets sights on ten inaugural routes. (Wandering Aramean)

Winner-takes all effects in autonomous cars. (Ben Evans)

Wine Tourism Branches Out Beyond Tastings and Picnics. (Skift)

6 amazing travel destinations you should visit solo. (Well & Good NYC)

The Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re Making in Your Travel Photos. (Thrillist)

MISCELLANY

What Brands Are Actually Behind Trader Joe’s Snacks?. (Eater)

How Washing Your Hair Could Help You Survive a Nuclear Blast. (Racked)

Tips for Aspiring Op-Ed Writers. (New York Times)

The Souvenir Game: 17 Ways to Physically Remember a Moment Without Spending Extra Money. (The Simple Dollar)

Which possessions should you spend the most money on?. (A Life of Productivity)

Nixon was right about women. (CNN)

From Sex Object to Gritty Woman: The Evolution of Women in Stock Photos. (New York Times)

Android’s Answer to Apple : Excellent Phones for Only $50. (Travel Insider)

6 Ways to Master the Art of the First Impression. (Heleo)

The Negative Domino Effect (or How to Handle Murphy’s Law). (The Simple Dollar)

Finally, for a laugh: The “About Us” Page of Every Digital Media Agency. (McSweeneys)


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