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How It's Made - Onions (Gills' Onions) - YouTube
03:15; why cut onions smell bad after sitting for a while ; bacteria growth
why  cut  onions  smell  bad  after  sitting  for  a  while  ;  bacteria  growth  needsEditing 
2 days ago by neerajsinghvns
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RT : Something to consider if you're on a quest for continuous improvement... 🦋

growthmindset  growth  awareness  from twitter_favs
2 days ago by dtomoff
Debt? What debt? The new wave in Democratic thinking - CNNPolitics
So much ink has been spilled for so long on the national debt, it might be nice if that $22 trillion plus on the red side of the US balance sheet just didn't really matter.
mmt  monetarypolicy  inflation  growth  biophysical.economics  degrowth 
4 days ago by zesteur
Why Growing Past 20 Employees is so Damn Hard (and what you can do about it)
Moving Backwards
Humans hate to have things taken away. We over-react to having something
removed that we used to possess. During this growth, a transition happens
where employees lose some autonomy, some status within the company, some
input into important decisions… it’s hard. It’s incredibly hard. And
usually inevitable.
Echo Chamber of Discontent
Those employees, without the perspective and experience that tells them
this transition is normal and necessary, feel disrespected. They feel ‘the
culture is changing’ — and they start to complain about it. They need to
vent. They talk about how things used to be and how they are now. How
things could be better and why it’s so obvious what needs to be done. Why
leadership is getting it all wrong and ruining the company.
This attitude is quickly adopted by the new hires who are imprinted with
this perspective of the company from their peers. They adopt this attitude
even though they never actually experienced the original conditions!
Before you know it, the leadership is mired in uncertainty, unsure of which
direction to lead. Over time, they’re losing their credibility to lead in
any direction effectively. And employees are rapidly losing loyalty to the
leaders and the mission, feeling increasingly distant from the company.
They become detached and either check out, quit, or start plotting
revolution.
Startup  management  growth  pain  leadership 
5 days ago by rauschen
In 2019, blockchains will start to become boring - MIT Technology Review
After the Great Crypto Bull Run of 2017 and the monumental crash of 2018, blockchain technology won’t make as much noise in 2019. But it will become more useful.
cryptocurrencies  blockchain  review  opportunity  growth  smartcontracts  TechnologyReview  2019 
5 days ago by inspiral
China Leads the way in Eradicating Extreme Poverty
A lor of comparing things that don’t compare BUT nice tidbit at the end: using PPP,
China’s economy is already much larger than USA, so pushing for an arms race disastrous for US. exhibit A, Russia.
china  usa  economy  military  growth  Q1  2019  poverty  globalization  comparison  model  capitalism  communism 
6 days ago by csrollyson

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