• Horrible News and How to Deal with It
    This 13 min. read saves you up to 141 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 30 getAbstract summaries (22 books with a total of 7059 pages, 6 articles and one video) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 8458 minutes (about 141 hours). Learn more.
    Horrible News and How to Deal with It

    Humankind cannot complain about a lack of bad news in recent years. Here you can learn how to deal with media-induced anxieties as they arise – or how to prevent those worries in the first…

  • How to Reduce Complexity
    This 4 min. read saves you up to 81 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 16 getAbstract summaries (15 books with a total of 4045 pages and one article) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 4850 minutes (about 81 hours). Learn more.
    How to Reduce Complexity

    We often make complex things even more difficult by the way we deal with them. Here's how to change that.

  • Life Is Hazardous to Your Health
    This 6 min. read saves you up to 19 hours
    For your knowledge advantage, we put together the most actionable insights from 5 getAbstract summaries (4 books with a total of 948 pages and one article) on this topic. If you did this work yourself, you would be busy for at least 1132 minutes (about 19 hours). Learn more.
    Life Is Hazardous to Your Health

    How do I rate risks and chances correctly when it comes to decision-making (even when I am a statistics dummy)?

  • #gettogether: How to Manage Complexity in a Post-Truth World
    This minute read saves you up to 7 hours
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    #gettogether: How to Manage Complexity in a Post-Truth World

    Brand expert Sean Pillot de Chenecey discusses ethical issues of dishonest politics, data privacy, election interference, surveillance, authenticity in branding and the related implications of emerging technologies.

  • The News Is Fake, the Anger Is Real
    This 8 min. read saves you up to 57 hours
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    The News Is Fake, the Anger Is Real

    Anger, misdirected, can wreak all kinds of havoc on others and ourselves. It also primes a person for misinformation. Here is how to lower the temperature.