Neuroscientist Uri Hasson researches the basis of human communication, and experiments from his lab reveal that even across different languages, our brains show similar activity, or become "aligned," when we hear the same idea or story. This amazing neural mechanism allows us to transmit brain patterns, sharing memories and knowledge. "We can communicate because we have a common code that presents meaning," Hasson says.
Eric Stowe is the Founder and Director of Splash (www.splash.org), an international nonprofit dedicated to clean water for kids living in urban poverty. This quickly scaling organization ensures safe water daily for more than 250,000 children in orphanages, schools, shelters, and hospitals in 7 countries— and Splash will soon be doing so for more than 1 million children. More important than getting safe water flowing, though, Splash is keenly focused on making sure their projects last by building the local businesses and support that will replace their charity for the long haul. Splash thus wants to be one of the first water organizations to achieve long term success by "killing their organization" in every country they work in.
It Occurs To Me
I am fascinated by this concept, this movement. I always figured that once you got a job, you did your best at the job, maybe you learned some new stuff and used that to, at some point, move to a higher position. If you are "quietly quitting," are you doing your best at your job? Isn't that our part of the hiring bargain? This NYTimes article examines many of the issues surrounding this movement. What do you think? Click the photo below to read the article.
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