Reflective Urgency: How to Act Quickly and Think Critically (Harvard Business Review)

In order to combine critical thinking with efficient action, one must practice reflective urgency. By identifying what limits quality thinking time, focusing on the right priorities, and avoiding extreme tilts, one will be able to end counterproductive habits. Read more in Harvard Business Review.

Bowdoin’s Rudalevige Critiques Trump’s Use of Executive Actions (Vice)

Andrew Rudalevige

Andrew Rudalevige

Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government Andrew Rudalevige, tapped once again for his expertise on the use of executive orders, says he believes President Trump’s executive orders result from the campaign’s lack of focus in developing a policy agenda and calendar.

“Most key White House [officials on Trump’s team] don’t have experience in working with or drafting complex regulatory change.” The orders therefore provide an “administrative place holder of ‘progress made’ or ‘promises kept.’” Read more in Vice.

Do You Have One of the 10 Worst Jobs of 2017? (CNBC)

Research teams from CareerCast examined the 200 most common jobs in the United States and ranked them according to salary, growth, competition, physical work, safety, and stress.

Click to read CNBC’s list of the ten worst jobs of 2017.

The Benefits of Having More than One Career (Harvard Business Review)

Rather than beginning a vocation and switching to another, Harvard Business Review suggests pursuing more than one career simultaneously.

Working multiple jobs may increase happiness, subsidize skill development, and introduce you to new friends. Finding passion in professions leads to greater fulfillment. Read more in Harvard Business Review.