There’s a new war out there, but you and I? We’re fine. Can you feel the existential guilt? Can you look at yourself in the mirror, wade your way…
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Once again, I worked for free. Sometimes I work for free because I like you and it’s a small ask. Sometimes I work for free because there’s something I…
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Hey, it’s me. Don’t say that; I didn’t disappear. It’s that I picked up The Brothers Karamazov a few weeks ago, and all my intellectual resources have…
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Each animal species has a specific population size threshold—known as the Allee threshold. When the population size exceeds the Alley threshold, the…
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The opposite of accuracy is not inaccuracy but speed. Expertise or throwing more people at the problem can narrow the gap between the two, but you’ll…
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Gary A. Klein wasn’t planning to write a book. Who had the time? But one day, he went out for a run and broke his ankle. The convalescence would confine…
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The other day you forwarded one of my emails to a friend. They reached out to me and let me know that it had opened their eyes to something. The whole…
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“For certain, you have to be lost to find a place as can’t be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was,” says captain Barbossa as he sails his…
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The 10,000 hours rule, what a romantic idea. But I’d take anything Malcolm Gladwell says with a grain of salt. Practice is only one piece of the success…
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What is freedom, if not being able to do as you please with your time? In-office, full-time, part-time, meetings, Slack messages, Zoom calls. How long…
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If at any time in your life you’ve wanted to try your hand at drawing, there’s a good chance you’ll recognize this image: It’s a portrait of Igor…
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My friend Guido lives on the beautiful island of Lanzarote in the Canaries. You’d be surprised at how much there’s to see on such a small island. Last…
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