1. So Good They Can’t Ignore You

    So Good They Can't Ignore You Book Cover

    I seldom read self-help books because I find they are mostly a scam, filled with vague advice and a rehashing of others anecdotal experience that seldom leads to any true self-discovery. I will not say that Cal Newport’s So Good They Can’t Ignore You was full of revelation …

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  2. Fooled by Randomness


    In all courses of life, avoiding a major catastrophe is probably good advice.  Nassim Taleb writes about the randomness of such events, dubbed Black Swans in his 2004 book Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets.  While a good portion of the book …

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