Influence, impact and power.

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The Medici family of Renaissance Florence still enjoys a level of influence that reaches beyond their final resting places – yet humble bacteria is what scientists used to clean their tombs. This story, along with the others in this week’s newsbrief, inspire the exploration of various expressions of power and what constitutes true impact – reminding us that we all possess power to exercise and impact to deliver, however humble our presence.

The Medieval Influencer Who Convinced the World to Drink Tea—Not Eat It - Gastro Obscura
Surprise, Shock, and Uncertainty · Collaborative Fund
The Simplicity of Business Framework — Link the Dots
Sigal Barsade: The Power of Emotions - Knowledge@Wharton
From Search to Recommendations - How to Evolve Your SEO - The Search Guru
Seeking equity for 4-H - Cardinal News
Inside Track: Pro Bono Volunteers Assist Afghan Immigrants at Ft. McCoy:
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