Why you should put down that leadership book, and pick up some fiction: http://t.co/mAiHqFC3gd— Co.Lead (@FastCoLead) June 17, 2013
"If we now know that loneliness, a social emotion, can reach into our bodies and rearrange our cells and genes, what should we do about it? We should change the way we think about health. James Heckman, a Nobel Prize–winning economist at the University of Chicago who tabulates the costs of early childhood deprivation, speaks bitterly of “silos” in health policy, meaning that we see crime and low educational achievement as distinct from medical problems like obesity or heart disease. As far as he’s concerned, these are, in too many cases, symptoms of the same social disorder: the failure to help families raise their children."
— From “The Lethality of Loneliness” in The New Republic. Takeaway: Parents still matter.
"The difference is that Whole Foods isn’t just about where you buy your food; it’s about who you think you are."