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‘Never believe that a few caring people can't change the world. For indeed that's all who ever have.’
—Margaret Mead

Interview with Howard Marks
You need an above average ability to detect risk and make decisions with upside potential, whilst keeping risks under control. We're all going to make good decisions that don't work and these have a tendency to look a lot like bad decisions.

The Dalai Lama on mindfulness, selflessness and compassion
Read here

Tomorrow’s doctors
My 2019 top tips for being a good medical practitioner. You can change the world!

Good enough is the new perfect
Shahina Braganza’s article: Welcome to the best job in the world

The number one predictor of team success is psychological safety
(It’s a HBR article, but I stuck it on Evernote because it’s easier)

I know I’m ready to give feedback when…
Engaging Greatly poster by Brené Brown