For Graduate Students
1. Life Cycle for a researcher as well? Implications of “The CEO Life Cycle“: Be careful of the complacency trap;
2. Balance work and life: Positive psychology; talk by Tal Ben-Shahar; also his lecture at Harvard (free on Youtube)
4. to be continued…
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