Five Points newsletter #41
100 ways to live to 100 and contrast that with Eating, drinking, and smoking like Winston Churchill.
The inequality rant
Karoshi vs. Great Resignation; unpaid heating bills vs. $36B in a day. Zoom fatigue and suicide.
Five Points newsletter #40
Barefoot 21K, #ChallengeNOTaccepted; how Denmark fixed McDonald’s; Pedestrians being dumb for 10 minutes straight.
Five Points #39
#FivePoints newsletter was on a longer break, a hiatus, or a sabbatical if you like. I've been procrastinating on getting
#ChallengeAccepted book: delayed
#ChallengeAccepted is a guide, a handbook for helping people navigate their ways from the first-time manager to a leader, written in a way to become that buddy we all need(ed) but were afraid to ask.
The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel
At the start of the pandemic of 2020, I read Michael Finkel’s book, The Stranger in the Woods, The
Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl
Come for the story, walk away with the meaning of lifeViktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning is one of those
Fat, Forty, and Fired.
Watch TED Talks; they just might save your life. This TED Talk and the subsequent book most probably saved my
Five Points newsletter (#38)
Welcome to the 38th edition of #FivePoints newsletter! I'll skip the big intro and keep it vacation-light. Title photo: Izola,
Five Points newsletter (#37)
Title Photo: I consider myself a curious lifelong learner. Back in 2015, my curiosity and hunger for knowledge flew me