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Using System 1 thinking on a System 2 problem doesn't work. In 2003, Vice-President Dick Cheney, no doubt with a mental model
Over the last forty years the tax system has become much less progressive, monopolists have been given free reign, unions have been busted, the minimum wage hasn't risen, and corporate criminals have gone unpunished.
Take generations before us, they were not likely to debate on hypothetical bases, they were fixed in their ideologies, yes
The Times reports that Gladwell hands blurbs out like Santa, though he doesn't seem to care if authors are naughty or nice.
Think The Wolf of Wall Street (from another era and without the sex and drugs) meets the indie masterpiece 99 Homes (about the housing market crisis).
In our age of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, "discipline" takes a backseat to celebrity. Greatness, it seems, is whatever gets you re-Tweeted or Liked; whatever racks up the most clicks or followers.
Among Steve Job's top 10 favorite books, there is only one business book on innovation. It is by Clayton Christensen. All this happened for Clayton in his 40's/50's! Here is his story.
That being said, there are notable exceptions. One local human services board elected a director who was on the faculty of
Working in the White House on a Saturday afternoon had become routine for Zeke Emanuel and Bob Kocher,” Steven Brill tells
Recommendations from the Best K-12 Teachers in the Country Their original list contained over 55 books. Last week, I sent
There is a good word to describe the "and" versus "either/or" phenomenon being described -- ambiversion.
There is a fine line between spreading awareness about an issue and actually inspiring action, but we have found that leveraging these four mechanisms have had the ability to change the outcome from "clicks" to real world action.
Something exciting is happening in the Santa Ynez Valley. Beyond its rustic beauty, exceptional climate for growing fruit, steadily improving wines, and somewhat superlative location, it now appears to be poised on the launch pad of cultural relevance.
More often than not, our cultural heroes are barely of drinking age when they make their mark: Orson Welles was 25 when he
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