Thoughtfolio 94 — living with purpose, social media rots brains and CEOs who don’t know their ‘why’.
What I’ve been reading this week…
Trail Dog. (4 mins)
Beautifully shot in the French mountains, this is a short film about living with purpose, joy and freedom. Or trail running with a dog, if you want to look at it another way.
Why social media is rotting our brains. (20 mins) — www.gq.com
Jaron Lanier is considered an oracle in Silicon Valley. He’s been sounding the alarm about social media platforms for years saw the evils of social media platforms for years, and now his views are going mainstream (he appears in ‘The Social Dilemma’ documentary on Netflix). This is an entertaining and slightly chilling read.
93 per cent of CEOs don’t know their ‘why’. (2 mins) — www.managementtoday.co.uk
A survey of 2,000 CEOs revealed that more than 9 out of 10 didn’t know why they were in business. We could ask ourselves the same question at a personal level. (free account needed)
“Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose.” Eckhart Tolle