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The Edit: Finding your Identity
The Edit

The Edit: Finding your Identity

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
4th Nov 2022

Probability paradoxes, forming your work identity and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • Three changes businesses must make to improve diversity. Black business leaders call for companies to review recruitment practices, representation and career support – Raconteur
  • How to make life more transcendent. Many seek experiences that are “bigger” than daily life such as a sense of awe, a feeling of oneness with others, and a loss of the boundaries of space and time – The Atlantic
  • When changing jobs changes your identity. To find success in your new role, you may need to let go of certain pieces of yourself, and embrace others – Harvard Business Review
  • Puzzles and paradoxes in probability. Alan Hájek on why paradoxes offer more than mere intellectual curiosity – 80,000 Hours Podcast
  • Hayao Miyazaki’s beautiful, broken worlds. “Shuna’s Journey” asks what it’s like to be a child in a world that is dying – The New Yorker
  • Businesses with a clear purpose perform better – More than half of business leaders say that purpose, a clear sense of a company’s direction, does not get adequate attention in their industry – World Economic Forum
  • Attuned to the aesthetic. The ultimate value of the world can be discovered if you are sensitive to what is beautiful – Aeon
  • 4 Ways for Businesses to Authentically Be Part of COP27.  Have the audacity to go to the moon with your climate commitments – The Beautiful Truth

“I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.”

Maya Angelou