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|30th May 2016, 14:23||#1|
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Business Executives are racing to learn from F1 drivers
This article appeared in last week's Economist magazine.
I have always tried to draw and force fit correlations between F1 drivers and the frenetic pace of life in capital markets or other areas like start ups.
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|31st May 2016, 17:03||#2|
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Re: Business Executives are racing to learn from F1 drivers
Nice click-bait title by the Economist, but there's really nothing F1 about it. Basically, what they're saying is sleep right, eat right & exercise right. Hardly anything new in that.
Most CEOs know this, including Richard Branson who said that the best way to increase productivity is via exercise / fitness levels.
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