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Austin Petersmith 2h
This interview with on has a discussion about this that had a huge impact on me. Some relevant bits from the transcript below, but the whole episode is really fantastic.
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Bart Macdonald 6h
I have this article set as a recurring calendar invite, to re-read on the last Sunday evening of each month. I guarantee this 3 min read from on Buffet will immediately reset your world view 👇👇👇
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Aditya Mohanty 7h
"In the search for happiness, we often confuse how something looks with how it’s likely to make us feel" ~
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Madara Ermansone 11h
"Wisdom is earned, not given. When other people give us the answer, it belongs to them and not us. […] Instead of thinking for ourselves, we’re dependent on the insight of others." via
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Rakshit Tiwari Aug 9
The knowledge project () by is truly one of the best podcasts out there but what makes me fall in love with it apart from the great people and content is the soothing entry music which every podcast should blatantly copy. 😛 It's damn amazing.
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Farnam Street Aug 10
Learning to think without emotion with
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Tanner Reklaitis Aug 10
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2. Avoiding Stupidity is Easier Than Seeking Brilliance, another by I especially liked this because of the distinction between amateur sports and professional sports. The secret to winning an amateur game is to not lose.
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WorldWise 🌍 Aug 10
TL;DR - grab life by the horns and stop making excuses. is a goldmine for the brain.
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Cat Noone Aug 9
It should be unsurprising that the best way to improve your ability to think is to spend time thinking. It’s a skill we’re not taught in school—especially not in nations with industrialized education systems.
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Jamaal Eversley Aug 6
The Munger Two Step via It's like the Do-si-do for decision making
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Jamaal Eversley Aug 6
The Two Types of Knowledge: The Max Planck/Chauffeur Test via This is a must read! And can explain a lot in what is happening in current events. I will let you come to your own conclusions.
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Julian Christian Anderson Aug 6
One of the best podcast episode I listened lately is on The Knowledge Project () by Here is my note on the podcast:
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Invisible Grail Aug 6
"Wisdom is earned, not given. When other people give us the answer, it belongs to them and not us." A powerful reflection on why learning, not imitating, matters from
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Shane Parrish Aug 5
Improvement begins when you have the discipline to confront the facts.
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Trutz Aug 5
If I had to recommend a single podcast episode it would be this: with and from . Less certain, more inquiry. A goldmine of insights.
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Thomas Junghans Aug 5
“How to stop being rich and happy” by in the interview with of : A thread:
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Farnam Street Aug 5
The Ingredients For Innovation
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Dickie Bush 📊 Aug 5
31 Lessons on Decision-Making, Reading Books, Poker, Mentorship, and Luck [THREAD] Inspired by the conversation between and on 's The Knowledge Project. Quotes and Lessons 👇🏼
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