Already into their careers, the two would begin collaborating in the 1960s. Tversky was pragmatic relying on mathematics and challenging accepted thoughts while Kahneman churned out ideas. Tversky was also known for having a messy office while Kahneman’s was as … Continue reading Thoughts on the Undoing Project by Michael Lewis-Part 2
Michael Lewis? Maybe it was on an episode of the Lewis Howes or Jordan Harbinger or Tim Ferriss podcast. You know they’re pretty similar. Malcolm Gladwell stated that Michael Lewis is one of the best storytellers. I figured I would … Continue reading Thoughts on the Undoing Project by Michael Lewis-Part 1
Don’t tell people what you’re working on. Tell them what you’ve done. Someone once quoted Steve Jobs saying “we don’t tell people about our future products. We work on them in silence. And then we release them.” There is psychology … Continue reading Work in Silence. Tell People What You’ve Done Instead of What You’re Going to Do
I came across this video by The Economist titled “Why it’s harder to earn more than your parents | The Economist.” There were several interesting points, but one I thought was particularly interesting was a study on improving life outcomes … Continue reading Improving Life Outcomes for Low-Income Students
I don’t remember what I was watching or listening to that prompted me to think about this concept recently, but whatever it was, it hit something. I think it’s easy to conceptualize a darkside of masculinity. It seems traditionally, at … Continue reading What is the Darkside of Femininity?
Quick food for thought. This might be a bit jumbled, but stay with me. At some point, we have realized that we are flawed, as individuals. We probably have set out to become better versions of ourselves and get rid … Continue reading On the Road to Becoming a Different Me?
One major aspect of the nice guy syndrome is avoiding conflict. The perception is that people especially men are more conflict-avoidant and “nice guys” than in the past few decades. Assuming this is true, I’m wondering how did we get … Continue reading Do “no fighting” rules in schools make kids conflict avoidant?
My time to present was coming up. It’s been a couple months in the making and this was my moment to shine. I’m going to be amazing. I have to be amazing. I had a good strategy: work on the … Continue reading Recognizing Self-Sabotage and Fear of Success and Failure
So I’ve been thinking about reading the book, Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke. It seems good from what I’ve heard about it already. I decided to check out a few podcasts to see what they had to say about … Continue reading Would You Bet $10,000 on that Decision?