Economists have a hard time explaining why productivity growth has been shrinking. This week on Freakonomics Radio, Stephen J. Dubner examines one theory: that true innovation has gotten much harder – and much more expensive. So what should we do next?
Writing Down the Bones | Natalie Goldberg
I cannot express enough how much I love listening to this book. Natalie narrates the book she wrote, only it's 20 years after she penned it. Which means in between each chapter she shares her thoughts and reactions as someone with so much more experience in writing and in life. Her style is engaging, funny, and deep, and her New Jersey accent makes it an even greater pleasure to listen to as an audio book.
This Human | Melis Senova
A book for people who design for others
Originals | Adam Grant
Insight into the journeys of many inspiring game-changers in past and recent history
Stories for Work | Gabrielle Dolan
How to use storytelling to convey powerful messages