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No Man Ever Steps In the Same River Twice — Heraclitus

No Man Ever Steps In the Same River Twice — Heraclitus

No Man Ever Steps In the Same River Twice — Heraclitus The central idea of Heraclitus’ philosophy (~500 BC) is the unity of opposites and the concept of change. He saw the world as constantly in flux, always “becoming” but never “being”....
Psychologist Daniel Kahneman On The “Planning Fallacy”

Psychologist Daniel Kahneman On The “Planning Fallacy”

I am a huge “fan” of the work of psychologist and winner of the 2002 Nobel in economic science Daniel Kahneman and his book Thinking, Fast and Slow is arguably one of the most valuable books I have ever read. And for those that think 499 pages of...

They Sure Don't Build Houses Like They Used Too (Survivorship Bias)

How often do we hear the expression “They sure don’t build houses like they used too”. How often do we think that maybe thats a good thing? In this TedX Talk David McRaney gives us some great insights into the important concept of understand Survivorship Bias...

A Short Story About How Being Curious On the Internet Has It’s Rewards

Okay so earlier this evening maybe even this afternoon I read this blog post from a blog I subscribe to and semi-regularly read entitled: Marketing Value | The Business Renegade while it’s a great blog I like to read I didn’t find anything particularly...

Doing the Right Thing: JumpStart International

We’re coming up on the time of year where we give thanks for what we have and we are asked by so many sources to give where help in this world is needed and I thought I make mention of an organization that I am working with called JumpStart International . Let...