Saturday 20 October 2018

Ten of the Best #138

It's called Ten of the Best, but usually there are more. Things that have interested me that you guys have shared on your Facebook pages, your Twitter feeds, and that are trending on my timelines. I just put them together, and I have a great time doing it. Grab your mug and let's do this.

Trevor on the rigged voting system in Georgia.

Brene Brown - why vulnerability in leadership is essential.

Harry Potter homecoming assembly - these kids are great.

South Africa's Luke Davids won the 100m gold medal at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.

Mattea Goff explains why being a mom is so exhausting - in pictures.

Brother of the year goes to....

Ndlovu Youth Choir and Wouter Kellerman’s cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You”. So so so wonderful. Sign of a good song - that it can be transformed like this.

Our endangered earth...

For doctors, going deeper is a way to combat burnout - this is a fascinating read. I'm sure it's relevant for other professions too.

Oh wow - this is one obituary you need to read. An honest one for Madelyn Linsenmeir. Beautiful.

Meet Chiune Sugihara, who saved countless people with handwritten visas. This is his lovely story.

Reading and vacations... why they're the same, and you should do both. At the sea.

Ok, we're done here. Nothing more to see - move along and have an awesome weekend. Don't forget to check in next week.

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