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“The Organized Mind” by Daniel Levitin: Part One

This book helped me understand some of the finer points of being an “executive.” The ways we can externalize our memories and techniques to be in the moment at all times by organizing your time, thoughts, and anything else that … Continue reading

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“The Signal and the Noise: by Nate Silver

Another great book. Sometimes people are so easily influenced by the information in front of them and often take that information at face value without any further thought. I personally have to challenge myself to me skeptical of such information. … Continue reading

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“Autopilot: The Art and Science of Doing Nothing” by Andrew Smart

Another brain book. Books like this help me re-assess how I spend my time. The brain needs downtime allowing it to explore on its own. The concept makes me question today’s ideal where people walk around looking busy because of … Continue reading

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