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The night before Christmas

Long time no see – sorry for the pause, busy weeks near the end of the year – I’ll try to keep a better schedule, pinky swear!

How have you been, dearest readers? I hope you managed to wrap up all you needed to and you’re already on a well-deserved 🎄 vacation by now!

Let’s dig into this edition’s articles ✨

Oh, and I’m dying for some feedback! Pretty please share your thoughts about the newsletter either by dropping me a mail at [email protected] or by commenting on this post on SubStack.

Why moral people tolerate immoral behavior

As morally sturdy as we may feel, it turns out that humans are natural hypocrites when it comes to passing moral judgment.

Give yourself a break: lessons from burnout

Practical advice for those headed for burnout – even if you think it doesn’t apply to you, give it a read. We usually recognize burnout late, when we’re knee-deep in it.

7 harmful biases in performance reviews

Some of us are still well into the end-of-year review cycle – this overview of the typical biases in reviews could be helpful.

Are people with dark personality traits more likely to succeed?

Ah, the age-old question… ‘Dark’ personalities come in various shades, but at the core of all of them is a tendency to callously use others for personal gain. What is it that these types of people are really gaining, though? Might a benevolent approach to life and others be even more advantageous? No spoilers for you, go on and read this fine article 🙂

There’s no cure for burnout

And another one on burnout… but it’s a different perspective, I promise. It’s like a diary and a very insightful read about how it feels from the inside.


And with that… that’s it for this week. I hope you enjoyed this selection of articles 💜

Have I told you I’m dying for some feedback! Pretty please share your thoughts about the newsletter either by dropping me a mail at [email protected] or by commenting on this post on SubStack.
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