How to improve your critical thinking skills, expert tips for developing new habits, what your new car knows about you, and 10 things investors can expect in 2020. This week’s Fresh Finds.
No one can predict the markets, but here are 10 things investors really can expect in 2020. Sound familiar?
Critical thinking is one of the most important skills there is, but few of us ever really learn how to do it. So, how can you improve the way you think? Here’s a hint: stop multitasking!
It’s no secret that our smartphones collect data about us, but did you know that your new car is doing it too? Check out this article to find out just how much your car knows about you – and what it can do with that information.
There are few things harder in life than developing new habits, but psychologist BJ Fogg has some advice that can help. Here’s how you can use the power of celebration to make new habits stick. Give it a try!
Podcast Pick: Speaking of habits, check out this podcast episode from HBR IdeaCast on the right way to form new habits. Do you tend to focus on the end goal, but have no idea how to get there? Author and entrepreneur James Clear has some insight that can get you on the right track.
Awww of the week: A very proud mama.
See you next week!
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