History suggests we need to plan for a second wave of the pandemic. Or don’t—it’s your call. I hope you’re right. But I’m not planning on it.
I hope you’re safe. I hope you’re healthy and happy and free. I share that hope for all people. If you share that hope, consider how you should act on it. Maybe I’ll see you out there.
The cream rises to the top. The most fit deserve the most reward. Bah! That’s rubbish. Meritocracy ignores luck and survivorship bias, and we need to fix it
Let’s look at our most famous leaders and their motivating guidance. These inspiring leadership quotes are sure to illuminate your road ahead.
It’s a lesson in personal finance and a lesson for life. If you don’t know how to trust someone, start by asking for proof.
The point of ‘memento mori’ isn’t to cause fear or to be morbid. It’s not a downer. It’s motivation, and inspiration, and a gentle, true reminder of what’s coming.
Slack. Margin. Room for error. Safety net. Insurance. So many phrases, but they all represent the biggest lesson from COVID-19.
We overestimate the change that occurs in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.
Don’t judge a book by its cover, and don’t judge a decision by its result. Results-oriented thinking is a logical fallacy.
Diet–check. Exercise–check. What about personal finance and mental health? Two massive ways to have a positive effect on your 2020 year!