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Carl Friedrich Gauss

“As human beings, we have an innate affinity for order, often adhering to the adage “first things first.” However, Gauss demonstrated the advantages of conceiving the end before beginning.”

December 21, 2022

Active Listening

Effective communication is an essential ingredient for success in both personal and professional life. It is a two-way process that involves both speaking and listening. While we are often taught how to speak effectively, the art of active listening is often neglected. In this article, we will explore what active listening is, why it is important, and the role it plays in management and leadership.

December 19, 2022

First Principles Thinking

First principles thinking is a powerful philosophical approach that explores the root causes of complex problems and breaks them down into their most elemental parts. With its unwavering focus on stripping away assumptions and preconceptions, this innovative method empowers individuals to think boldly, creatively, and independently, unlocking novel solutions to even the most intractable challenges.

December 18, 2022

Project Success - One pager

“Foresight is not about predicting the future, it’s about minimizing surprise. - Karl Schroeder"

December 17, 2022

David Rock model

“Foresight is not about predicting the future, it’s about minimizing surprise. - Karl Schroeder"

December 17, 2022

Charlie Munger - 12 key learnings

“I have nothing to add to the subject of valuing businesses and the techniques of doing it. I think it is foolhardy for a lay investor to do that.”

November 20, 2022

Rashomon Effect

The Rashomon effect, a term derived from Akira Kurosawa’s classic film Rashomon, refers to the phenomenon where different people have different interpretations of the same event.

November 11, 2022

Project Aristotle - Google

Project Aristotle delves into the complex realm of human relationships and teamwork, offering a systematic approach to understanding and improving group dynamics. Through analyzing the various components that make up a successful team, Project Aristotle aims to break down and comprehend the intricacies of interpersonal relationships, ultimately leading to a holistic, more complete understanding of what makes a team truly great.

November 11, 2022