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Weekly Resources from the Catalyst Community: Week of September 15th

Updated: Oct 4, 2023

Read, Watch, Listen, a curated Collection of resources and stories from around the web

Welcome to our weekly showcase featuring a curated selection of valuable resources shared by our community. We explore various topics, including professional development, diversity, equity, and mentorship. We enjoy sharing these resources and hope they will benefit you as much as they have benefitted us.

Are you preparing for a job interview? Look no further! In this article, we provide expert tips on how to make a lasting impression during the interview process. From researching the company and understanding the job description to evaluating your qualifications and practicing with an interview buddy, we cover everything you need to succeed. With our advice, you’ll be one step closer to landing your dream job.

In this fascinating talk, autism activist Temple Grandin shares her unique ability to think in pictures, which gives her a different perspective on the world, allowing her to identify solutions that neurotypical brains might miss. She argues that the world desperately needs people with different ways of thinking, including visual thinkers, pattern thinkers, and verbal thinkers. Watch this talk to discover why smart geeky kids on the autism spectrum are an asset to society and how we can support them to reach their full potential.

Unlocking the power of our minds is a process that has intrigued scientists for decades. Researchers have now found that our thoughts and beliefs have a powerful impact on our health and well-being, from pain management to cancer survival rates. In this piece, we explore the groundbreaking research that is shining a light on the incredible potential of our minds. From changing the perception of pain to enhancing performance, this is a must-read for anyone interested in unlocking the full power of the mind.

In this captivating TED talk, Cara E. Yar Khan takes us on a deeply personal journey of her experience living with a rare genetic disorder that affects only 1 in 4 million people. Despite physical challenges, she inspires us with her tenacity and bravery in overcoming societal norms and pushing beyond limitations. By sharing her story, she encourages us to embrace the beauty of vulnerability and discover the power of our own courage and fear.

Thanks for reading! If you have any interesting resources we should share in our next roundup, let us know at [email protected].

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