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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- I have a teenager in my house. And, it bothers me that we don’t really know what factors effect teenage brain development. I’m almost certain that social media isn’t an unalloyed good… Why Teens Should Understand Their Own Brains. (nprEd)
- Why are we so easily “fooled by data”? Our brains rapidly and automatically process opinions we agree with as if they are facts. (British Psychological Society)
- Sometimes I have so much going on that I can’t keep it all straight; I get drained and can’t focus on a single task in front of me. I know these help… The Simplest Think You Can Do Every Day to Make Yourself Mentally Stronger, According to Science (Thrive Global)
- 6 steps to get the most most out of your brain in the morning. Let Brain Science Optimize Your Morning Routine (Fast Company)
- As a parent, I often wonder… What do Kids Need at Different Ages? (Sunshine Parenting)
- Rising employment is good for everyone, but there is a distinctly racial divide. Wonky, but interesting. The United States Federal Reserve Board issues Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households. (Federal Reserve)
- One of the best Personal Finance writers of all time, Jason Zweig, chronicles his best writing. To Be A New Fool In The World (JasonZweig.com)
- Screening out the bad stuff is easy. Impact… actually producing measurable social good is much harder. How Investors Can (and Can’t) Create Social Value. (SSRN)
Earlier on Happiness Dividend: