Five Things We’re Reading

Apr 30, 2024

by Liz Gullett

As MLC’s Communications and Social Media Manager, Liz Gullett keeps clients informed and up-to-date on the goings on in Lansing and the Capitol.

Below are some articles the MLC lobby team has been reading this past week. We hope you find them as interesting and useful as we do.

Why You Should Learn to Incorporate More Humor at Work – As kids we laugh constantly, as adults we take ourselves too seriously. What impact could having more fun and laughter have on performance?

How Vulture is Creating the Next Wordle – with a Movie Twist – This movie-based daily game is quickly gaining a large fan base. How did it come to be and why is it so appealing?

NCAA Women’s Tournament Brass May Mull Changes This Summer – Hoping to alleviate some of the problems the tournament has experienced, here’s what the committee will look at this summer as they mull over changes.

Who’s Running for U.S. Senate in Michigan: Peter Meijer Drops Out – The race for the open Senate seat will be one of the most-watched races this year. Who are the candidates?

The Art of Asking Smarter Questions – What are good questions to ask during strategic decision-making?

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