End of my Q3 Say goodbye to September In the morning WFH reads:

If your silent exit is going well, you can get a ‘quiet dismissal’: Workers who risk coasting are dismissed by bosses with ‘productivity distractions’—and eventually laid off. (Wall Street Journal)

TikTok: Will posting salaries online close the pay gap? Gen Z is known for sharing everything in their lives – from their clothes to their latest food – online. Now, they’re sharing their paychecks, defying a long-held ban and ruffling employers’ feathers in the process. (BBC)

Swimming naked: The tide of liquidity is turning. Faster, perhaps, than many investors expected. (Raffer)

The Mysterious Ad Recession of 2022: Four theories on why ad sales are falling despite the economy doing well. (Vox)

The pound itself echoes the decline of British power, past and present: The Bank of England had to step in on Wednesday after markets deemed a new government economic plan unconscionable, but the pound remains on a prolonged slide. (New York Times)

Hurricane Ian’s rapid intensification signals the world to come: How Hurricane Ian became so powerful — in just two days. (Vox) see more Hurricane season is weird: Fiona, Ian and the impact of climate change on strong storms. It was a quiet hurricane season, until it wasn’t. (grid)

How gaslighting manipulates reality: Gaslighting isn’t just between people in a relationship—it also involves social forces. (Scientific American)

Scientists have calculated how many ants there are in the world. The number is so large that it is ‘unimaginable’. We conservatively estimate that there are about 20 quadrillion ants on our planet. That’s 20 thousand million million, or in numerical form, 20,000,000,000,000,000 (20 with 15 zeros) (Washington Post)

Girls are quitting high school basketball, and here’s why: More sports options, single-sport athletes and the physical demands of the game have discouraged participation as women’s college and pro games have grown. (Wall Street Journal)

Anthony Bourdain’s last, painful days: A new, unauthorized biography reveals intimate, often raw, details of the TV star’s life, including her tumultuous relationship with Italian actor Asia Argento. And it’s drawing criticism from many of her friends and family. (New York Times)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with David McRaney, science journalist, blogger, podcaster and author. He created the You’re Not So Smart podcast based on his bestselling book of the same name. His new book “How Minds Change: The Surprising Science of Beliefs, Opinions, and Persuasion

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Source: @planmaestro

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