When it comes to talking about rest and burnout, Mallory Erickson is my go-to expert on the subject. We often think in terms of personal responsibility instead of systems, including our own nervous systems. In this podcast, Mallory interviews Dr. Linnea Passaler, who gives guidance on how to truly heal those frayed nerves.
Last week was the big reveal for Giving USA’s most recent report. This is a more pessimistic interpretation from the data, and although it’s only telling one side of the story, it does bring up some important questions.
You’ll likely see much more of Hubspot’s Jamal in upcoming Briefings because he has a knack for simplifying incredibly important marketing topics. Here he tackles the essential principles for putting your words to work for your organization.
Americans are surprisingly comfortable with extreme positions. So many articles these days are focused on how AI will solve every single human problem or the exact opposite — how it will create a million more problems. For all it’s worth, my guess is that it’s somewhere in between.
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There’s a new meat substitute on the market, and this time it’s “basically” the real deal. The real problem for lab-grown chicken is now the marketing. While lab-grown is better for the environment and animals than the real deal, it doesn’t sound quite as appetizing.