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The Edit: The Little Moments
The Edit

The Edit: The Little Moments

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

A garden’s allure, what we have to be grateful for and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • The happiest way to change jobs. How to rock your work rather than let the work rule you – The Atlantic
  • A private garden as an antidote to isolation. Photographer Siân Davey says of her family’s plot in the South of England, “It felt like the potential for the whole world was held in that garden” – New Yorker
  • The real reason your back-to-work drive is failing. How to get people back to the office: do it with honey, not vinegar – Raconteur
  • What wildfire smoke, gas stoves and Covid tell us about our air. If the pandemic was whispering to us about air quality, the wildfires are screaming to us about it – The New York Times
  • Why it’s the little moments that count for brands. Micro moments are the new battleground in brand design,  and are currently a missed opportunity – Creative Review
  • Green Bank Pastoral. The small town where modern technology is banned – Aeon Video
  • Ask for 85% effort from your team. An outdated way of thinking about peak performance is: “maximum effort = maximum results” – Harvard Business Review
  • No hard feelings: How does gratitude affect the way we do business? When you start to think about it, there’s actually quite a lot to be grateful for – The Beautiful Truth 

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.”

Helen Keller