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How to Win in Business – Hire Attitude, Not ‘Skills’

For a winning business, hire the right staff...

How To Win In Business – Teach The Customer

Teach your consumers about your service...

How To Win In Business – Know That Ideas Never Just ‘Work’

The next part of our How to Win in Business Series, is about one of the most important things all who embark in making a business idea...

How to Win in Business? Observe The Best

What amazing habits and secrets can you take from the world's richest?

The Power Of The Essay

Maximally inviting, highly revealing, often inspiring, and absolutely non-fungible: The Essay. Stand-alone in interestingness and possible affect, there's nothing quite like it. Essays...

Dining With The Dead – 19th Century

Time travel? Solved. Now you're whisked away to a century of your choosing to host a dinner with guests — famous guests,...
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The Planless Plan

Do you need a plan? Can innovation be planned? Do plans result in happier persons? Does having a plan increase likelihood of...
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Unifying The Future: Information And Explanations

What good is information without an elucidating explanation? Why hasn't our immense information wealth translated into solutions to the Great Problems? If...

Lamenting Modern Education With Lockhart

...we’re taught at school to follow steps, that This Way is The Way to learn, protocols based on strict obedience, and all that, we develop a fear of doing anything outside of what is known, or which generates slight discomfort, or which is against the norm. We develop a fear of exactly the kind of thinking that creativity requires. And without creativity, we can’t learn anything; progress is made by creative engagement with problems: we have a problem...

A Personal Dilemma Of Multiversal Import (and some thoughts on Spider-Verse)

A recent third trip (of now a total of four trips) to see the new Spiderman, or Spider-Verse, gave rise to an...

If Everyone Is Wrong, You’re A Nutjob — Or Right

What makes a contrarian? Why they play a critical role in society. And why tolerance of nonsense is essential (and the...

Podcasts For Curious Minds

Familiar with podcasts? Then you'll probably have heard the mistaken opinion that 'there are too many people doing podcasts', or worse, that...

Is There Such Thing As ‘Originality’?

When does something — a piece of art, song, an idea, a joke — become original? Where exactly is the line between originality and...
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Votes For Most Interesting People

Who's lived the most interesting life? Following on from Tyler Cowen's recent post I thought I'd share a few names of my own. These are...

Nassim Taleb On What It Means To Be A Philosopher, The Importance Of Antimodels,...

Nassim Nicholas Taleb tells you not to read anything from the past hundred years. The degree to which one should follow this advice, however,...

Can You Hypnotise Yourself Into Achieving Your Goals? — On Goal-Setting Vs Affirmations

If you set goals but always struggle to hit them, affirmations could be exactly what your mind needs. A bit of digging into the subject...

Warren Buffett: 12 Lessons: What Job You Should Take, Investing in Yourself, Competitive Advantage,...

We’ve done his right-hand man, Charlie Munger, now it’s time for the man himself. Yes, today’s show is about the wise words of many...