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On This Week’s Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- Your new neighbor’s loud arguments and wild parties at all hours would be annoying enough if they involved multiple people, but the only person who ever seems to be in attendance is her. Should you be concerned enough to inform management — or the police?
- When reconnecting with someone in your network (per our Level One exercises), how can you identify ways to add value to their goals?
- Long-time listeners would understand a covert contract from the contractor’s side of things. But what do you do if you suspect someone has a covert contract out on you?
- Your newest roommate is a slob who pilfers your food and doesn’t clean up after himself. What can you do to put your foot down without causing too much contention?
- With so much motivational and personal development advice being thrown around these days, how can you tell the difference between genuine self-help and utter bullcrap?
- Without succumbing to the formulaic elevator pitch, how can you politely introduce yourself and make an impression when you’re in convenient proximity to your company’s higher-ups and decision makers?
- How might a public school teacher who loves to teach supplement their painfully inadequate income?
- What thought exercises might help someone on the edge of burning out at their job decide whether to soldier on for the next few months to qualify for a bonus or just quit now and damn the consequences?
- Recommendation of the Week: FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened
- A quick shoutout to Heike Dunkel from Germany!
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Resources from This Episode:
- TJHS 150: Derren Brown | Using the Power of Suggestion for Good
- TJHS 151: Dave Asprey | Biohacking the Way to a Bulletproof Life
- The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
- “And That’s the Way It Is”: Walter Cronkite’s Final Signoff
- Level One
- Strong Ties, Weak Ties, and the Surprising Power of Dormant Ties by Adam Braun
- The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State by Graeme Wood
- “Where’s The Beef?” Wendy’s, 1984
- “Roger, You’re Pushing My Buttons!” Little Caesars, 1993
- The Sinister Logic Behind ‘Nice Guy Syndrome’ Explained by Psychologists by Rachel Hosie, The Guardian
- Roommate Agreement, The Big Bang Theory
- Suppertime, Little Shop of Horrors
- TJHS 145: Philip McKernan | Why Your Truth Matters and How to Speak It
- Personal Power II: The Driving Force by Tony Robbins
- Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…And Maybe the World by William H. McRaven
- TJHS 108: James Clear | Forming Atomic Habits for Astronomic Results
- The Benjamin Franklin Effect: The Surprising Psychology of How to Handle Haters by Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
- FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened
- East German Stasi Files Open to Public Online for First Time by Justin Huggler, The Telegraph