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“The End of Absence” by Michael Harris

Have you ever been out to dinner with a friend or group of friends and you’ve looked around and everyone is looking at their phones. What is the appeal of these little devices that have become so pervasive in our … Continue reading

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“Zero to One” by Peter Thiel: Part Two

Every startup should start with a very small market. Always err on the side of starting too small. The reason is simple: it’s easier to dominate a small market than a large one. From the Renaissance and the Enlightenment to … Continue reading

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“The Up Side of Down” by Megan McArdle

I tell them what it took me years to learn myself: they should give themselves permission to suck. It is easy to begin once you have accepted that what you produce may not be very good, and that this is … Continue reading

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“Mindset” by Carol Dweck

Honestly, this book disappointed me. I don’t know if it’s the author’s writing style, but in the end I felt that from beginning to end each chapter was just a repeat of the one before it. Predictable sums it up. … Continue reading

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“Are you Man Enough for Boy Scout Camp?” by Joe Kita Men’s Health March 2015

View the original article on Men’s Health here. This article is useful because as kids, we don’t realize the value of our experiences. A camping trip is fun, or an adventure is exciting. Is that enough for our children? How … Continue reading

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