This week’s episode focuses on one CEO’s efforts to help his company’s employees make good life decisions in three interesting ways. The Happy Road Ahead takes a closer look. Also, how a hundred year-old Neapolitan coffee tradition has become a European, and now a worldwide phenomenon, and some advice from British philosopher, Alan Watts, brought to life as a comic strip from a talented artist!
Want to set up a wellness program at your company? Forbes.com has some good advice.
How suspended coffee is taking the world by storm, and a BBC video clip on this phenomenon in action, at a small, local British cafe. And directly related to this: “Pour It Forward” at Tim Horton’s, a Canadian, nation-wide coffee chain.
Gavin Aung Than at zenpencils.com gives his comic book artist’s take on a lecture given by Alan Watts on the importance of following one’s passion. Certainly the complete opposite view of last week’s episode featuring the work of Cal Newport.
Music beds courtesy of Music Alley from Mevio
And the Free Music Archive
Thanks to artist: Giovanni Vicari.