These photos Apple's first employees showed us from the company's earliest days are absolutely wonderful

(www.businessinsider.com)

Look what I found out in my EN archives from 4 years ago

notes on the future of work

(www.evernote.com)

I just came across this in reading Tiago Forte’s blog

When a flight attendant spilled drinks on airline's chief executive - Times of India

(m.timesofindia.com)

Perhaps something here for some people in this part of the world to learn and develop in their engagement with employees in similar role.

How to Write a Memoir - The American Scholar

(theamericanscholar.org)

This is a sort of inspiration for me…

How Will You Measure Your Life?

(hbr.org)

This article goes back to 8 years. But still valid good management practice

Don’t Just Tell Employees Organizational Changes Are Coming — Explain Why

(hbr.org)

It is pleased to see, a couple of things mentioned here are being applied in the change initiative we’re going through at present. If we had a clear explanation of why a change is needed could’ve been even better.

Everyday Carry - What are your EDC essentials?

(everydaycarry.com)

I wonder what's Jason's EDC are…?

Traveler - The Distraction-Free Laptop For Writing

(traveler.getfreewrite.com)

Something worth keep an eye on…

https://www.notebookstories.com/2018/09/05/notebook-addiction-at-different-ages/

(www.notebookstories.com)

Found Interesting

I retired at 52 with a $3 million net worth — here are the 10 worst money mistakes anyone can make

(www.businessinsider.com)

Bookmarked for weekend reading