Addressing pandemics requires understanding interpersonal dynamics—not just what promotes trust among people, but which behaviors convey status or lead to ostracism.
I like skiing and committing to something and working really hard and getting better at it.
Books can change lives. They can illuminate the path ahead.
I have very little kids, and so I have to communicate very clearly and simply all the time. And I think that actually is a positive for a business leader.
Even if some Olympic-inspired nationalism discourages simmering tensions from boiling over, reducing conflict and promoting diplomatic cooperation are other matters entirely.
One of the things that happens in gentrifying spaces is that sounds become vulnerable to silencing.
We’re going for gold. That’s what we’re shooting for. But we don’t want to put so much pressure on ourselves that we overdo anything.
It definitely seems like there’s a possibility we’re going to have more people up there with private space stations, a lot more going on in lower orbit. I think that’s pretty exciting; it’s about time.
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