My week 28-2020 summary ...
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Passed another great milestone last week with #333,333 overall readers after 4 years, cool stuff.
If you believe that small acts can make a huge difference, check the story of Jadev Payeng who planted his first tree on India's Majuli island in 1979, and checks on his forest every day. See https://youtu.be/urrGpnD0OEw
Today we had a discussion in the family about which Winnie the Pooh character would fit to which psychiatric diagnosis. Do you want to find out which Winnie the Pooh character do you resemble? You can find it out here in the Pooh Pathology Test, https://www.idrlabs.com/pooh-pathology/test.php. I also found a test for the Star Wars characters, https://www.idrlabs.com/star-wars-pathology/test.php.
In the coming week I have a Sprint review on Monday and the next Sprint planning on Tuesday. Wednesday we will take the next step after the three #SPIRIT online workshops. We review the Culture Hacks (https://91untold.com/culture-hacks/) of the workshop and try to generate a Top 3 list for our department. Will be interesting to see, how the colleagues vote.
- The Biggest Robot Companies And Their Most Scary Inventions https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2020/07/06/the-biggest-robot-companies-and-their-most-scary-inventions
- Forest Man (the full story) https://youtu.be/HkZDSqyE1do
"We don't have to engage in grand, heroic actions to participate in the process of change. Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world." -- Howard Zinn, https://www.howardzinn.org/