Don’t go crawling into the new year. Fire up the engines and launch yourself into 2022 with the help of this one hour adrenaline shot. Continue reading Monday mindset: get fired up.
The way we communicate during disagreements defines the quality of the outcome. Since disagreements are inevitable, why not disagree well? Continue reading Paul Graham’s hierarchy of disagreement
If something is unpredictable, does this mean we should avoid it? Not at all. We should instead be welcoming it with open arms. Continue reading Abandoning predictions & embracing risk
The most intelligent person in the room is the one who is open to hearing opposing views and facts that counter their very own beliefs. This person listens to new information and allows the facts to change their stance for the better with a willingness to be wrong and learn new and more efficient ways. Continue reading Why you shouldn’t be fooled by your own expertise
It’s easy to put together a powerpoint where all the facts are laid out, but as necessary as it is to get the information across, it can become very bland very quickly. Pitching an idea is more than just laying out the facts. Continue reading 12 storytelling techniques to supercharge your pitch
Photo Cred: Aaron Burden In two episodes of Jocko Podcast, Jocko and Co. discussed MCDP 7 – a new Marine Corps publication describing the learning philosophy of Marines. While the MCDP 7 document is written for Marines, it is packed full of powerful, … Continue reading The nature of learning according to US Marines
One of the most valuable tools we have as humans is our capacity to be open-minded and consider new, potentially conflicting information. Continue reading Embrace the challenge
How should we live? Should we aimlessly, impulsively, wander the earth with our days merely a compilation of random events dictated by base-level drivers? Continue reading The Spectrum