Your NAFCU Weekend Reading Pile
Compiled by Anthony Demangone, Powered by NAFCU
It has been a fantastic week at NAFCU's Management and Leadership Institute. This is probably the 8th time I've been through it, and I've learned something each and every time.
And I do think that, at the end of the day, it is up to us to commit to ourselves that we're going to get better. We're going to focus on what counts. And that we'll do the right thing. But a week like this is a fantastic way to gain that momentum to keep pushing forward.
Here's this week's reading pile. Enjoy!
- Some great shots here: Nat Geo's Nature Photographs of the year. (NatGeo)
- One futurist isn't afraid of robots stealing our jobs. (Fortune)
- The future of retirement is...Margaritaville? (Bloomberg)
- Coal region might be perfectly suited to lean into clean-energy jobs. (NYT)
- The pleasure/happiness gap. (Godin)
- I've always loved maps. Here's a cool site that allows you to make custom-made maps for your wall. (BI)
- The Air Force Academy chief tells the bad apples...to get out. (NBC)
- How will people pay in the future? (BankInnovation)
- The history of Sears predicts almost everything that...Amazon is doing. (The Atlantic)
- All stagnation needs is smug satisfaction. (Leadership Freak)
- Millenials would stay at companies much longer if they offered this one benefit. (Inc.)