StrategyWe are 7-handed and I am in the LJ w/ $315. I open to $7 w/ 78 of spades and get calls from the button and both blinds, all of whom have me covered.The flop is 10c6d2s. Both blinds check. I decide to bet $25 into the $25 pot, and only the button calls, making the pot $74 after rake with $283 in the effective stacks. The turn is Qh. I bet $35, the button thinks for a little while, and calls. The pot is now $144, w/ $248 in the effective stacks.The river is the Ace of spades. Final board 10c6d2sQhAs. I bet $100.
What do we do when we’ve tried giving negative feedback but it doesn’t seem to be working? We’ve given repeated instances of feedback, and yet we don’t see a change in a direct’s behavior?
We give systemic feedback. And it’s easy to give - it’s just the four step standard feedback model with a change in focus. If you already know how to give standard feedback, systemic feedback is simple to implement…yet its simplicity belies its power. Really well delivered systemic feedback is exceptionally hard to ignore, and lays excellent groundwork for further efforts if the direct doesn’t change his or her behavior.
Naval Ravikant on Happiness, Reducing Anxiety, Crypto Stablecoins, and Crypto Strategy (#473) – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Proper examination should ruin the life that you’re currently living. It should cause you to leave relationships. It should cause you to reestablish boundaries with family members and with colleagues. It should cause you to quit your job. It should cause you to change your eating patterns. It should cause you to spend more time with yourself. It should cause it to change the books you read. It should cause us to change what your friends are. If it doesn’t do that, it’s not real examination. If it doesn’t come attached with destruction of your current life, then you can’t create the new life in which you will not have the anxiety." — Naval Ravikant
We’re revisiting Shape Up and product development thoughts with Ryan Singer, Head of Product Strategy at Basecamp. Last August we talked with Ryan when he first launched his book Shape Up and now we’re back to see how Shape Up is shaping up — “How are teams using the wisdom in this book to actually ship work that matte…
Caixin China Biz Roundup: The Loophole Feeding China’s Ballooning Credit Card Debt
In this episode of Do Explain, Christofer speaks with Michael Ashcroft about Alexander Technique (AT) and expanded awareness. They discuss the theory and purpose of AT, similarities and differences from other meditative frameworks, non-doing, bodymind, posture, mindfulness, contracted vs. expanded awareness, flow, and other related topics. They also answer questions from Twitter.
Michael Ashcroft is a teacher of the Alexander Technique, having trained for three years part time at the South Bank Alexander Technique center in London. He is also a life coach and energy system innovation consultant applying himself to facilitating personal as well as societal transformation.
Twitter: twitter.com/m_ashcroft Newsletter: expandingawareness.substack.com/ Article: www.michaelashcroft.org/blog/how-to-be-superman
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Original video: https://soundcloud.com/doexplain/14-how-to-be-superman-with-michael-ashcroft
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Eric Weinstein on Challenging “Reality,” Working with Peter Thiel, and Destroying Education to Save It (#131) – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"We need to realize that we know how to impart expertise, but we don’t know how to impart creativity or genius." - Eric Weinstein My guest this episode is my friend, Eric Weinstein (@ericrweinstein), managing director of Thiel Capital, a Ph.
WWDC is next week, so it
We’re joined inside our Cry Cube by the New Republic’s Jen Pan to examine the current non-fiction best-seller, Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility.”
You can find Jen’s review of White Fragility here: https://newrepublic.com/article/156032/diversity-training-isnt-enough-pamela-newkirk-robin-diangelo-books-reviews
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