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“The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom” by Jonathan Haidt

Because our library is also effectively infinite—no one person can ever read more than a tiny fraction—we face the paradox of abundance: Quantity undermines the quality of our engagement. Like a rider on the back of an elephant, the conscious, … Continue reading

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“The Practicing Mind” by Thomas Sterner: Part Two

Progress is a natural result of staying focused on the process of doing anything. When you stay on purpose, focused in the present moment, the goal comes to you with frictionless ease. However, when you constantly focus on the goal … Continue reading

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“The Richest Man in Babylon” by George Clason

How do we define “riches?” Learning was of two kinds: the one being the things we learned and know and the other being in the training that taught us how to find out what we did not know. You first … Continue reading

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