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)
3. Be creative: inspiring talk by Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love”, “Your elusive creative genius” on Youtube. Also her recent book, “the big magic”, audio version on Youtube
4. to be continued…
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