Popular links from the week:

How Big Data Is Changing Disruptive Innovation (Harvard Business Review)

How Mindfulness Improves Executive Coaching (Harvard Business Review)

Why are millennials turning to payday loans and pawn shops? (PBS Newshour)

‘Everyone could know what I was doing’: the millennials not using social media (The Guardian)

Productivity tip of the week:

Keyboard Shortcuts for Gmail

Saving time with keyboard shortcuts is one of the best ways to be more productive and get more done during the day. It may seem small but one less click here or there can really add up.

If you’re using Gmail, there’s a way that you can activate keyboard shortcuts that will save you a lot of time. Click the link above to learn how to enable the shorcuts and start using them. It’ll take some practice getting used to them but invest the time. Saving 5-10 minutes everday means saving between 1.5 – 3 hours every month!

Quote I’m thinking about:

Don’t walk in front of me… I may not follow
Don’t walk behind me… I may not lead
Walk beside me… just be my friend

-Albert Camus

Product/service I’m loving:

I’ve been using Feedly for the past year and I’ve found it incredibly useful in aggregating content that I’m interested in. You can add any news source or website to your feed and helps you see what’s new or trending through clean, simple interface.

It’s free to use for most of its basic functions and integrations with IFTTT, Buffer, etc. make it easy for you to automate posting/sharing of your favourite content.

As always, thank you to those that liked, re-tweeted, or commented on my Tweets. See you on next week’s round up!