A story about college, dumplings, and the wisdom of 90-somethings.
By understanding ‘temporal discounting,’ you can learn to make better decisions.
Any day, really.
3. If you didn’t show up, how many would ask: “Where are you?”
When are we the happiest?
It hurts when you hit it, but you can make it a solid foundation
Seconds are worth more than dollars.
1813, 2020, or 48 BC — eyes full of judgment have always felt the same.
How to use reason and logic in everything you do.
All we have to do is shuffle a deck of cards.
Your brain isn’t you, but it’s a partner you must work with
Let it do its thing, and soon enough, it will send a great idea back up.
Sam Altman’s vector theory of impact.
Two questions to eliminate dread and replace it with joy.
From simpleton to schemer to zen, it’s all part of the plan.
If you want to play to your strengths, knowing the answer is critical.