Needles from the Haystack #22 – 08/2019

Needles from the Haystack

I hope you’re enjoying this beautiful summer to its fullest potential!

If you spend some of it outside, sitting or lying comfortably with a cold drink nearby, you might enjoy the pieces I picked for the July – edition of my newsletter.

Let me know what you think!

I enjoyed the 1st and 4th article in particular. And I found the Marginal Revolution blog recently. Some articles are a bit over my head, but how do you get smarter if you only read thinks you understand easily?

Enjoy July!



These 10 Biases Impact Who & What Influence You Gabriel Weinberg @ James Altucher – Show

The thing about our brain is, that it is somewhere between hard and impossible to figure out how it works and to use that to your advantage.

Knowledge on cognitive biases creates awareness for the dangers and opportunities that lie within them.

I’d bet that you’ll take at least one thing from this podcast that you haven’t really thought about before.

How I Practice What I Do – Tyler Cowen

Tyler Cohen is a prolific witer on his blog

The amount of content he produces and the diversity of topics he wrestles with is impressive. Besides being more gifted than most of us, he is also deliberate about improving his skills.

He laid out how he does that in this post. Great read for all knowledge workers out there.

Knowing When You’re Boring and Avoiding it – Tynan

Here’s something one can easily work on in order to be more interesting: notice when you’re boring and shift gears, topics or whatever needs to be shifted. This one is concise and useful.

Advice to My Kids – Leo Babauta

Life lesson: If someone puts together a bunch of things and names it „Advice to my kids“, there’s probably good stuff in there for you as well.

Where to Start When It Feels Like Nothing Is Going Right in Your Life – Patrick Allan

Once your down is the right time to get up again. All you need is some impetus to get moving. This article gives lots of ideas on where to start and explains them well.

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