Simon Sinek - How Great Leaders Inspire Action With an Infinite Mindset

In this post I use the battle of Borodino and Napolean's invasion of Russia to exemplify Simon Sinek's idea of how great leaders inspire action with an infinite mindset. Infinite games observed in everyday life were originally popularized by James P. Carse and recently resurfaced with a business and leadership context by Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last.

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Naval Ravikant How To Get Rich - Summary

Individual wealth is equal to how singularly accountable you are for an outcome, times,how often your judgement is correct, times, the distinctiveness of your specific knowledge, times,how much society values your outcome, compounded by your level of persistence in improvement.

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21 Lessons For The 21rst Century Pt. 1 Review - Why Protecting Our Data Is So Important

The premise of this review is built from Part 1 of 21 Lessons for the 21rst Century, The Technological Challenge. Specifically, the 2nd through 4th chapters on Work, Liberty, and Equality) My thesis is personal data protection should be a human right. At this point, we should all be actively exploring ways of at the very least protecting, if not claiming full ownership of our data.

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10 Ways We're Wrong About The World - A Summary of Factfulness by Hans Rosling

This is a summary of the book Factfullness by Hans, Ola and Anna Rosling.

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How To Break Bad Habits

I think we all have periods of discontentment, especially in situations where someone has things that you don’t. Maybe you’re already good at being content but I think it’s something we all slip up at from time to time and is a great practice of mindfulness if nothing else.

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