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Bill Burnett and Dave Evans designed a pretty amazing book with Designing your Life. They are both professors at Stanford but each of them had pretty amazing careers pre-Academia. The way they write and the way they use their own goals comes across as two guys who have figured out quite a few things about… Continue reading Designing your Life
Awkwardness of Giving Valentine’s day is tomorrow. We all know that guy that swears he will not be celebrating because it is a corporate holiday that was invented to sell more greeting cards. That’s not actually true. It was first a pagan fertility holiday called Lupercalia that was annexed by the church in much the… Continue reading Why is generosity awkward?
Tinker, Dabble, Doodle, Try hits you like a firehose of knowledge. Dr. Srini Pillay looks into the depths of the brain and asks the central question – what are our brains doing when they are not focused? Why is unfocused time important? The zeitgeist, at least in Western culture, is that focus is king. If… Continue reading Tinker, Dabble, Doodle, Try
Rags to Riches We all love a good rags to riches story. The very term rags to riches comes from one of the forefathers of this great US of A, Benjamin Franklin. Franklin was one of the true polymaths of early America. Before he zapped himself into history with his notable kiting excursion, Benjamin Franklin… Continue reading The Rudy Fallacy
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