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Nº58 - Weekends are no work-ends. 😴

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Hello! Two days late, but still here! The top five of this week contains stories about rubber tires a
 

Tim van der Weide

July 11 · Issue #58 · View online
Your weekly focus on sustainable solutions to make Corporates, Cycling & Ourselves better + all that overlaps! from @Timvdweide, ex-bikeshop owner, agent @andmoraal and consultant @ERMinsight.

Hello!
Two days late, but still here! The top five of this week contains stories about rubber tires and what’s wrong with our weekends. Working hard and crashing on fridays with a movie night? Maybe it’s time to rethink your weekend. Hint: it’s about extending yourself. Sounds like work? Perhaps it does.
Talking about work, some people prefer to work in sprints, others work in long hauls. What’s best? The answer is probably balance. Which Chris Froome probably needs when he is descending, he trendsetted the super tuck on his bike while descending and peddling at the same time. Do not try that at home. Yesterday the Tour had a recharge, and if rumors are spreading a Chinese PE firm is looking to buy a lithium miner in Chili, a raw material we all use to recharge our batteries.
Anyway, hope you enjoy the top five and back next week!

1. The best weekend activities are most likely not the ones you're currently doing
2. Study: Froome's 'super tuck' actually isn't faster
3. Chinese Private Equity Firm eyes stake in $9 billion Chilean lithium miner SQM
4. Should work be done in sprints?
5. GM commits to 'green' natural rubber for millions of tires
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