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1. My wife is a founder. Here’s how she has helped me become a better investor.
By Steve Schlafman
Digest: Leadership & Resiliency
Curator: Sarah Jane Coffey
“My biggest learning in all of this is the impact of listening and supporting over fixing and controlling. That’s what entrepreneurs need more than anything.” Read More
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2. Your phone’s biggest vulnerability is your fingerprint
By Russell Brandom
Curator: Edith Yeung
If the mold is filled with rubber, you can wear that print permanently, and fool any reader small enough to fit on a smartphone. Read More
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3. The 10 Best Cities for Starting a Business in 2016
By Zoë Henry
Digest: Startup Communities
Curators: Julian Miller, Brad Feld & Shane Reiser
According to a study looking at the resources needed to successfully startup in the US, the Silicon Valley is not the best place to relocate, it’s not even in the top 50. The article lays out some very valid points as to why this is and might even get you rethinking the way you look at your community and its strong suits. Read More
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4. [QUIZ] What’s Your Business Finance and Credit IQ?
By Lydia Roth
Digest: Small Business
Curators: Marc Prosser & Michael Heiligenstein
Here at Nav, we work hard to fuel success amongst small business owners in America by creating financially fit business owners. To help you self evaluate your financial fitness, we’re bringing you our “Business Finance and Credit IQ” quiz to help you test your knowledge.
Warning: This quiz is not easy! But we have plenty of resources to help you discover what you don’t yet know (but would like to know) — take the quiz to find out what that is. Read More
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5. Google commissioned a multi-year study in to what makes the best teams
By Charles Duhigg
Digest: HR & Employee Experience
Curator: Philip Alexander
The key conclusion was that the best teams respect each other’s emotions, and make sure everyone has a chance to participate. On the surface this could sound trivial, but to male this work you have to understand how to create psychological safety. Read More
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