Nº20 Sustainability, Cycling & Personal growth

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Hi, hope you had a great week. I traveled between Belgium and the Netherlands quite a bit and spend m
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March 6 - Issue #20

Tim van der Weide

Your weekly focus on sustainable solutions to make Corporates, Cycling & Ourselves better + all that overlaps! from @Timvdweide, ex-bikeshop owner and consultant @ERMinsight.

Hi, hope you had a great week. I traveled between Belgium and the Netherlands quite a bit and spend my weekend with the lovely people of Tenspeed Hero with whom we had a cycling clothing pop-up shop at Meesterknecht. Lots of people came in like Kristel Kuit, read her revue newsletter too!
This week: yes it’s getting hot…, what’s philanthropy to you? PRI and fiduciary duty, telling stories, meditation for investment managers, and Lance Armstrong! + plus more.
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Sustainability + business context
1. March 2016's shocking global warming temperature record.
2. How a New Generation of Business Leaders Views Philanthropy
Other articles:
PRI presents legal perspectives on addressing ESG factors under ERISA. Or how hiding behind fiduciary duty as an excuse for not integrating ESG factors is exposed.
- I believe in general the ESG/Sustainability club does a poor job in telling stories. The good news is we can get better: Goldman Sachs hosted a talk on Storytelling as an Agent of Global Change (video).
Personal growth
- People often credit their ideas to individual “Eureka!” moments. But Steven Johnson shows how history tells a different story. (video)
- The science of stamina has advanced to the point where individuals, teams, and whole organizations can, with some straightforward interventions, significantly increase their capacity to get things done.
- Meditation for Investment Professionals, on the CFA blog. That I have come to see the day!
Cycling
‘It was a colossal meltdown’: Armstrong shares views on doping, Travis Tygart, and today’s Tour de France

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