Our weekly e-mail, the TD Digest, curates content with a focus on living an examined life
TD Digest Past Issues
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - JIM COLLINS METRICS - Adding two simple metrics to my Life CEO Dashboard, incremental to the current rituals tracked there, can help me stay focused on the right things and enable me to better understand key drivers of my daily happiness.
TOPIC OF INTEREST - AMYGDALA HIJACKING - Amygdala hijacking is our "fight or flight" response, but often kicks in unconsciously in non-life-threatening situations. Improved mental hygiene and awareness via therapy and meditation is thought to reduce the frequency and intensity of amygdala hijackings.
BOOK - Hiking with Nietzsche: On Becoming Who You Are by John Kaag (My full Kindle notes) - Discovering and becoming ourselves is an active, ongoing process that occurs as we diligently pursue our highest goals.
RESEARCH - Annals of Internal Medicine: Insufficient sleep undermines dietary efforts to reduce adiposity by Nedeltcheva AV et al. (The University of Chicago) - Insufficient sleep can negatively impact body composition and weight-loss efforts.
RESOURCE - Thou Shalt Not Commit Logical Fallacies by The School of Thought - Understanding how to identify the many flavors of faulty logic will help improve your reasoning and conclusions.
"No price is too high for the privilege of owning yourself" ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
TOPIC OF INTEREST - DRUG HARM, ADDICTIVENESS, AND CONTROL - Social norms and laws for drugs are not well correlated with their actual harm and addictiveness.
ARTICLE - Vox: Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong by Brian Resnick - We all have cognitive blind spots and make mental mistakes, so we ought to caveat our convictions with appropriate curiosity and humility, and reward others who do the same.
ARTICLE - New York Magazine: America’s New Religions by Andrew Sullivan - Our core human desire for meaning leads everyone to adopt some form of 'religion', whether that is traditional monotheism, a political party, a philosophical framework, or something else entirely.
BLOG POST - The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You by Zat Rana - We have an opportunity to face the fear of boredom and silence, to embrace our solitude and enjoy every single scarce moment that life gives us.
BLOG POST - The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson - 'Not giving a fuck' is the opposite of indifference, it is actually caring a lot about a very small number of things, so much so that you do the work necessary despite adversity, risk of failure, and feelings of pride and ego.
"...we need to be thoughtful in choosing our convictions, be open to adjusting them, seek out their flaws, and never stop being curious about why we believe what we believe." ~ Brian Resnick
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - HIGH ENERGY + LOW EFFORT
PODCAST - The Tim Ferriss Show #355: How to Master Essentialism with Greg McKeown by Tim Ferriss - We can learn to choose choice in every area of our lives, so that we can focus on our highest point(s) of contribution.
PODCAST - Making Sense #146: Digital Capitalism with Douglas Rushkoff by Sam Harris - Our digital technology ecosystem has some pernicious incentives which lead to bad practices in innovation and growth.
PODCAST - The Knowledge Project #50: Inventing the Future with Josh Wolfe by Shane Parrish - Intellectual humility and curiosity enables better questions and, ultimately, a more refined and accurate map of what the future may hold.
RESOURCE - Slumber Bear by Kieran Parker - You have options for designing your best sleep routine.
PODCAST - Making Sense #4: The Path and The Goal with Joseph Goldstein by Sam Harris - Meditation is ultimately an exercise in greater awareness of the impermanence of all phenomena, which creates a path towards freedom from our monkey minds.
"It's not being unhelpful to the world for you to say No to something that is less important... Your obligation is to the highest point of contribution that you can make." ~ Greg McKeown
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - TEA TIME (TAKE TWO)
TOPIC OF INTEREST - BIRTHRIGHT TRIP TO ISRAEL
BOOK - Dune by Frank Herbert (My full Kindle notes) - Even in the harshest of environments, we can paint a compelling vision of the future that inspires everyone to work together towards a common goal.
TOOL - Habit Tracker Template by Kelsey Whelan - Chunking opaque goals down into concrete steps, and tracking progress, can enable significant forward momentum.
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: How to Do Great Things by Shane Parrish - Preparing for success is as important, if not more important, than simply investing time and energy.
PODCAST - The Knowledge Project #18: Naval Ravikant: The Angel Philosopher on Investing, Making Decisions, Happiness and the Meaning of Life by Shane Parrish (Complete transcript) (My complete highlights) - There are tremendous opportunities to update our core mental models for realizing happiness and living our lives, primarily through dissolving our ego and seeing the world with clarity and equanimity.
"Happiness is really a default state. It’s what’s there when you remove the sense that something is missing in your life." ~ Naval Ravikant
SPEECH - This is Water by David Foster Wallace - The subjectivity of society is ubiquitous; and if we learn to pay attention to the nuance, we can see other options and choose choice throughout our lives.
"...if you really learn how to pay attention, then you will know there are other options." ~ David Foster Wallace
QUOTES OF THE WEEK - TD DIGESTS #41-65
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - TEA TIME
ARTICLE - The New Yorker: The Philosopher Redefining Equality by Nathan Heller - The requirements for securing equality and freedom vary significantly based on context, so embracing intellectual flexibility over rigid ideology can lead to greater success more often.
BLOG POST - Medium: Connection Is a Core Human Need, But We Are Terrible at It by Brianna Wiest - We must both show up for others and show up authentically to realize our core human need for connection.
VIDEO - Wireless Philosophy: The Problem of Free Will by Richard Holton - Free will is still heavily debated among philosophers, with many fun nuances to explore.
MUSIC - Bad Religion - If you create twenty-plus albums over forty years, you'll inevitably bring something awesome into the world.
"I love my computer | For all you give to me | Predictable errors and no identity | And it's never been quite so easy | I've never been quite so happy | All I need to do is click on you | And we'll be joined | In the most soul-less way | And we'll never | Ever ruin each other's day | 'cause when I'm through I just click | And you just go away" ~ Bad Religion
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - SILENCE (PART 2)
DOCUMENTARY - Wild Wild Country by Chapman and Maclain Way - When groups with different fundamental values come into conflict, the ridiculousness of human dynamics can unfold in unbelievable ways.
MOVIE - The End of the Tour by James Ponsoldt - No one is too "smart" or "brilliant" or "aware" to suffer from mental health issues. Embrace a mental health toolkit and do the work, the world is better with you in it and fully alive.
ARTICLE - TechCrunch: We finally started taking screen time seriously in 2018 by Catherine Shu - As evidence stacks up against screen time, we have opportunities to leverage existing tools and perform self-experiments to optimize our usage for our individual goals and context.
BOOK - Man's Search for Meaning by Dr. Viktor Frankl (My revised Kindle notes) - Finding meaning, embracing our freedom to choose, and forgetting ourselves are important keys to a happy life, regardless of external circumstances.
"The greatest task for any person is to find meaning in his or her life." ~ Dr. Viktor Frankl
EXPERIMENT OF THE WEEK - SILENCE (PART 1)
BLOG POST - Medium: The Unifying Theory of Alcohol by Dan Kieran - All of our consumption choices, regardless of rituals and social norms, can add positively to our lives with thoughtful experimentation and re-framing.
MUSIC - Christmas in Hollis by Run-D.M.C. - Christmas makes me long for quality 80's hip-hop juxtaposed with egregiously dorky video production.
"The essential ingredients for creativity remain exactly the same for everybody: courage, enchantment, permission, persistence, trust—and those elements are universally accessible." ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - MAINTAIN MY SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE MOMENT
KILL MY CONFIRMATION BIAS - ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES TO CONSUME
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: Love, Happiness, and Time by Shane Parrish - When we shift our perception of the world from solid to liquid, from perpetual states to moments in time, we can unlock an appreciation for each moment, as well as an acceptance of the inevitable vicissitudes of life.
ARTICLE - Washington Post: Liberalism is Loneliness by Christine Emba - Liberalism's myopic focus on individual freedom affords tremendous benefits, but also leaves a gaping void when it comes to living outside ourselves.
ARTICLE - The Atlantic: The Reason Many Ultrarich People Aren’t Satisfied With Their Wealth by Joe Pinsker - Material wealth does not buy happiness, as our human tendency is to adjust both the rules of the game and the hurdle rate as our performance improves.
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: Against Common Sense: Vladimir Nabokov on the Wellspring of Wonder and Why the Belief in Goodness Is a Moral Obligation by Maria Popova - Commonsense is fundamentally subjective, fickle, myopic, and blinding to our internal truths.
"Commonsense at its worst is sense made common, and so everything is comfortably cheapened by its touch." ~ Vladimir Nabokov
BOOK - Against Everything: Essays by Mark Greif (My full Kindle Notes) - There are plenty of other perspectives from which to view the world, enabling expanding comprehension and increasingly accurate mental maps.
NEWS - Bloomberg: Beijing to Judge Every Resident Based on Behavior by End of 2020 - The age of governments rating and controlling their citizens is nigh upon us.
COMEDY - Live at the Met by Robin Williams - Our work can continue to inspire others long after we are gone.
"Beautiful nature is beautiful for men and women because it strips our life to essentials, reflects us, dismisses us, and smashes our idols and objets d’art." ~ Mark Greif
BOOK - 21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari (My full Kindle notes) - Accepting the fallibility and limitations of the human animal will enable us to improve our individual and group processes to solve the key challenges of the 21st century.
PODCAST - On Being: The Difference Between Fixing and Healing with Rachel Naomi Remen by Krista Tippett - Our imperfect, wounded, authentic self is more than enough to heal the world immediately around us.
BLOG POST - Reboot: The Gifts of Relationship by Ali Schultz - Our intimate relationships offer tremendous opportunities for growth.
MOVIE - Groundhog Day by Harold Ramis - Serving others is one of the easiest (and counter-intuitive) paths to deep joy and meaning.
"Yet if you want to go deeply into any subject, you need a lot of time, and in particular you need the privilege of wasting time. You need to experiment with unproductive paths, explore dead ends, make space for doubts and boredom, and allow little seeds of insight to slowly grow and blossom. If you cannot afford to waste time, you will never find the truth." ~ Yuval Noah Harari
DOCUMENTARY - Free Solo by Alex Honnold & Jimmy Chin - Human potential is beyond imagination; nature is awe inspiring; and climbing still scares the shit out of me.
MEDITATION APP - Waking Up by Sam Harris - Sam Harris created a new meditation app that offers a more intellectual and analytical entry point into meditation practice.
ARTICLE - Aeon: Can relationship anarchy create a world without heartbreak? by Sophie Hemery - There are myriad ways to construct meaningful relationships, and your personal choices ought to reflect your (and their) needs and goals.
"You will always feel fear, but over time you will realize the only way to truly manage your fear is to broaden your comfort zone.'' ~ Alex Honnold
TOPIC OF INTEREST - FEEDBACK
VIDEO - Wired: How Humans Get Hacked: Yuval Noah Harari & Tristan Harris Talk by Nicholas Thompson
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: Against Self-Criticism: Adam Phillips on How Our Internal Critics Enslave Us, the Stockholm Syndrome of the Superego, and the Power of Multiple Interpretations by Maria Popova
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: What’s Staying the Same by Shane Parrish
COURSE - Harvard: Positive Psychology 1504 by Tal Ben-Shahar
TOPIC OF INTEREST - PHYSICAL HEALTH INFORMATION BLACKOUT
MUSIC - Emotionless by Drake
PODCAST - The Tim Ferriss Show: 10 Strategies to Be Happier Through Gratitude by A.J. Jacobs
ARTICLE - The Atlantic: Relationships Are More Important Than Ambition by Emily Esfahani Smith
ARTICLE - NY Times: The Ambition Explosion by David Brooks
MUSIC - Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
TOPIC OF INTEREST - ATTACHMENT THEORY
ARTICLE - Quillette: The Incentives for Groupthink by Neema Parvini
BLOG POST - Breaking Smart: Self-Interest and Seized Initiatives by Venkatesh Rao
ARTICLE - NY Times: A Dark Consensus About Screens and Kids Begins to Emerge in Silicon Valley by Nellie Bowles
MUSIC - Build Me Up Buttercup by The Foundations
BLATANT SELF-PROMOTION - GLOBAL WELLNESS INDUSTRY OUTLOOK 2019
ARTICLE - Aeon: There is no middle ground for deep disagreements about facts by Klemens Kappel
RESOURCE - The Ultimate Learning Guide via Shane Parrish by Ryan Reeves
KILL MY CONFIRMATION BIAS - DETERMINISM
BLOG POST - NY Times Opinion: In Praise of Mediocrity by Tim Wu
ARTICLE - The Guardian: Net worth v self worth: do we all need inequality therapy? by Maia Szalavitz
BLOG POST - The BPP Blog: Solution Aversion by Tony Hockley
ARTICLE - Nature: The biggest pandemic risk? Viral misinformation by Heidi Larson
BLOG POST - Wait But Why: Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy by Tim Urban
TOPIC OF INTEREST - NYC APARTMENT SEARCH
ARTICLE - The Atlantic: Why Kids Want Things by Joe Pinsker
BLOG POST - Thoughts on Relationships by Tynan
ARTICLE - Aeon: Religion is about emotion regulation, and it’s very good at it by Stephen Asma
BLOG POST - The Best Way To Add Yield To Your Portfolio by Meb Faber
BOOK - Principles by Ray Dalio
TOPIC OF INTEREST - MENTAL HEALTH OF YOUTUBE INFLUENCERS
PODCASTS - Nutrition Debate Double Feature - Joe Rogan Experience #1175 - Chris Kresser & Dr. Joel Kahn & Joe Rogan Experience #1176 - Dom D'Agostino & Layne Norton by Joe Rogan
ARTICLE - New Yorker: The Deliberate Awfulness of Social Media by Mark O'Connell
PODCAST - Reboot: #90 – The Fear of Being You – with Leonie Akhidenor by Jerry Colonna
ARTICLE - The Guardian: Nick Littlehales: the man who showed Cristiano Ronaldo how to sleep by Russell Jackson
BLOG POST - First Round: The Imperative Practice of Relaxing Constraints by Howard Morgan
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: The Difficult Art of Giving Space in Love by Maria Popova
COMEDY - The Top Part by John Mulaney
TOPIC OF INTEREST - MENTAL MODELS THAT I AM WORKING ON
DOCUMENTARY - HBO: The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling by Judd Apatow
ARTICLE - Aeon: Against Mourning by Brian Earp
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: How to Love: Legendary Zen Buddhist Teacher Thich Nhat Hanh on Mastering the Art of “Interbeing” by Maria Popova
MUSIC - Bush
PODCAST - Joe Rogan Experience: #1158 - Chuck Palahniuk by Joe Rogan
ARTICLE - Aeon: Hume the humane by Julian Baggini
BOOK - Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk
TWEET STORM - Some heuristics to make decisions by Shane Parrish
ARTICLE - National Geographic: This Is Your Brain on Nature by Florence Williams
ARTICLE - Scientific American: Why the Most Important Idea in Behavioral Decision-Making Is a Fallacy by David Gal
ARTICLE - Aeon: The respect deficit by Richard Reeves
MOVIE - Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino
TOPIC OF INTEREST - MY MENTAL HEALTH REMINDERS
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: David Whyte on the True Meaning of Friendship, Love, and Heartbreak by Maria Popova
BLOG POST - The Story of My Life by Russ Roberts
ARTICLE - Aeon: Loneliness is the common ground of terror and extremism by Nabeelah Jaffer
BLOG POST - Solutions Journalism: Complicating the Narratives by Amanda Ripley
BLOG POST - Above the Market: Proof Negative by Robert Seawright
MUSIC - Torn by Natalie Imbruglia
TOPIC OF INTEREST - WE SHALL SEE
PODCAST - The Knowledge Project: Getting Better by Being Wrong with Annie Dukeby Shane Parrish
ARTICLE - Aeon: Can meditation really make the world a better place? by Ute Kreplin
ARTICLE - NY Times: Why You Should Stop Being So Hard on Yourself by Charlotte Lieberman
BLOG POST - RibbonFarm: Hedonic Audit by Sarah Perry
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: 10 Learnings from 10 Years of Brain Pickings by Maria Popova
RESOURCE - BRICK
ARTICLE - Aeon: Life on the slippery Earth by Sebastian Purcell
BOOK - Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
BLOG POST - Wait But Why: The Cook and the Chef: Musk’s Secret Sauce by Tim Urban
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - ALL MATTER, SO FAR AS WE KNOW IT, IS A MENTAL CONDITION
BOOK - The Decision Checklist: A Practical Guide to Avoiding Problems by Sam Kyle (My full Kindle notes)
BLOG POST - RibbonFarm: Near-Deathness by Matthew Sweet
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: Smarter, Not Harder: How to Succeed at Work by Shane Parrish
MUSIC - Pennybridge Pioneers by Millencolin
QUOTES OF THE WEEK - TD DIGESTS #15-40
BLATANT SELF-PROMOTION - LAUNCHING MY COACHING PROGRAMS
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: Pain Plus Reflection Equals Progress by Shane Parrish
BLOG POST - Medium: How is your conflict affinity? by Amar Singh
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - ASPIRE TO "SUBWAY ZEN"
TOPIC OF INTEREST - MEAT CLEANSE (I.E., PLANT-FREE DIET)
BLOG POST - Ribbon Farm: Jonathan Livingston Corporation by Venkatesh Rao
ARTICLE - The Guardian: How a corporate cult captures and destroys our best graduates by George Monbiot (Thank you Anthony for sharing!)
ARTICLE - Aeon: You’re simply not that big a deal: now isn’t that a relief? by Melissa Dahl
BLOG POST - Fuck Yes or No by Mark Manson
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - I AM THE CEO OF MY LIFE. ACCEPT THAT RESPONSIBILITY.
BOOK - Seeking Wisdom by Peter Bevelin
BOOK - Mindwise: Why We Misunderstand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want by Nicholas Epley (My full Kindle notes)
TWEET STORM - How to Get Rich (without getting lucky) by Naval Ravikant
ARTICLE - Aeon: What can Aristotle teach us about the routes to happiness? by Edith Hall
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - WHERE MY CONTROL ENDS, THE REST OF THE WORLD BEGINS
KILL MY CONFIRMATION BIAS - ENDURANCE CARDIO EXERCISE
BOOK - Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life by Dr. Martin Seligman (My full Kindle notes)
ARTICLE - Aeon: Teleological behaviourism or what it means to imagine a lion by Howard Rachlin
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - GET RID OF SELF-SERVING BIAS, RESENTMENT, ENVY, AND SELF-PITY
ARTICLE - Vox: 100 million Americans have chronic pain. Very few use one of the best tools to treat it. by Brian Resnick
BLOG POST - Medium: How to be Polite by Paul Ford
MORNING MANTRA OF THE WEEK - AUT INVENIAM VIAM AUT FACIAM
RESOURCE - Coinbase Decision Making Framework
BOOK - The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life by Michael Puett (My full Kindle highlights)
TOPIC OF INTEREST - APPLYING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES TO OUR LIVES
BLOG POST- The Weekend Reader: Cultivating Your Imagination by Maxwell Anderson
BLOG POST - OkDork: My Personal Organization System for Productivity & Time Management by Noah Kagan
ARTICLE - HBR: What Self-Awareness Really Is (and How to Cultivate It) by Tasha Eurich
BLOG POST - Brain Pickings: Theodore Roosevelt on the Cowardice of Cynicism and the Courage to Create Rather Than Criticize by Maria Popova
BLOG POST - The Art of Manliness: Be a Time Wizard: How to Slow Down and Speed Up Time by Brett & Kate McKay
PODCAST - Joe Rogan Experience #1109: Matthew Walker by Joe Rogan
BLOG POST - First Round Review: Hack Back Distractions with Tactics from This Behavioral Designer with Nir Eyal
MUSIC - Caravan by Van Morrison
BLATANT FRIEND-PROMOTION - THE SOUNDS OF L.A.
PODCAST - On Being: The World Is Our Field of Practice with Angel Kyodo Williams by Krista Tippett
PODCAST - EconTalk: The Suicide of the West with Jonah Goldberg by Russ Roberts
RESOURCE - PsyberGuide
ARTICLE - Quilette: The Scientific Importance of Free Speech by Adam Perkins
PODCAST - Reboot #60: The Work of Your Life with Khe Hy by Jerry Colonna
TOPIC OF INTEREST - THE POWER OF ACCOUNTABILITY
PODCAST - Reboot #81: The Identities That Rule Us with Semil Shah by Jerry Colonna
BLOG POST - Productivity by Sam Altman
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: First Principles: The Building Blocks of True Knowledge by Shane Parrish
ARTICLE - NY Times: A Brain Implant Improves Memory, Scientists Report by Benedict Carey
BLOG POST - Wait But Why: How to Pick a Career (That Actually Fits You) by Tim Urban
TOPIC OF INTEREST - REVIEWING RITUALS FROM Q1
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: Break the Chain, Stop Being a Slave by Shane Parrish
BLOG POST - Ribbon Farm: Deep Laziness by Sarah Perry
COMPANY - Alacrity (Beta)
VIDEO - TED: Listening to Shame by Brene Brown
RIDICULOUS HEALTH & WELLNESS CLICKBAIT OF THE WEEK
TOPIC OF INTEREST - BATCH PROCESSING E-MAILS: A 'FAILED' EXPERIMENT THAT REVEALED A BETTER WAY (SO... SUCCESS!)
BLOG POST - Rad Reads: Don’t confuse optionality and safety nets by Khe Hy
COMPANY - Shine
MUSIC - Duran Duran: Ordinary World
(MINDFUL) ANDROID LAUNCHER - Siempo
PODCAST - Rad Awakenings #40: Mihir Desai, The Problem with Optionality by Khe Hy
EXPRESSIONS OF SELF-LOVE
PODCAST - Reboot #51 – The Love that Heals: Welcoming in our Shadow – with James Hollis by Jerry Colonna
BOOK - The Dark Side of the Light Chasers by Debbie Ford
BLOG POST - Paul Graham: Keep Your Identity Small
TELEVISION - HBO: Crashing
PODCAST - Waking Up #119: Hidden Motives by Sam Harris
KEY HEALTH & WELLNESS BEHAVIORS FOR PRODUCTIVITY - My Summary Recommendation
BLOG POST- Brain Pickings: A Burst of Light: Audre Lorde on Turning Fear Into Fire by Maria Popova
BLOG POST - Farnam Street: The Law of Unintended Consequences: Shakespeare, Cobra Breeding, and a Tower in Pisa by Shane Parrish
MY COACHING PILOT
CHARLES MOORE'S TWO CENTS FOR CHARITY
BLOG POST - Raptitude: You Never Have Time, Only Intentions
ARTICLE - The Tyranny of Convenience
BLOG POST - Addition by Subtraction
CLINICAL RESEARCH - Low-fat vs low-carb? Major study concludes: it doesn’t matter for weight loss
BLOG POST - Ribbon Farm: Justice Fantasies
PODCAST - Rad Awakenings #34: Frank Ostaseski: Have a plan, hold it lightly by Khe Hy
BLOG POST - The wealth of Sapiens
MUSIC - Beastie Boys: Paul Revere
COMPANY - asapbnb
KILL MY CONFIRMATION BIAS - PALEO (HIGH FAT + VERY LOW CARB) DIET
ARTICLE - Snoozers Are, In Fact, Losers
PODCAST - Waking Up #114: Politics and Sanity
MUSIC VIDEO - Royal Blood - Out Of The Black
RESEARCH - Perfectionism Is Increasing Over Time
PODCAST - On Being: The Inner Landscape of Beauty
BLOG POST - The Most Important Things To Think About
TOPIC OF INTEREST - SETTING FITNESS GOALS
BLOG POST - I Can’t Be Your Hero, I’m Too Busy Being Super
POEM - Leisure
BLOG POST - Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful
BLOG POST - E Pur Si Muove
PODCAST - The Reboot Podcast: Chasing Purpose
WEBSITE - Buffett FAQ
ARTICLE - The Fragile Generation
ARTICLE - Why Trying New Things Is So Hard to Do
TOPIC OF INTEREST - MEAL FREQUENCY
DOCUMENTARY - Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond
BLOG POST - Life is Short
BLOG POST - Cities and Ambition
TOPIC OF INTEREST - AROMATHERAPY
INFOGRAPHIC - Here’s the cost of getting lean
BLOG POST - How to Minimize Fat Gain During the Holidays
RANDOM TOOL - Index Ventures OptionPlan
BLOG POST - The Power of Anti-Goals
TOPIC OF INTEREST - FLOSSING
BLOG POST - We're All Innocently Out of Touch
RANDOM TOOL - Icebox
BLOG POST - Learning vs. Doing
BLOG POST - In defence of epistemic modesty
PODCAST - Waking Up #104, The Lessons of Death
TOPIC OF INTEREST - SILENCE EXPERIMENT
BLOG POST- Who is Charlie Munger?
ARTICLE - The Costs of Being a Millenial
BLOG POST - Something is wrong on the internet
BOOK - Sick in the Head (My full Kindle notes)
BOOK - The Wise Heart (My full Kindle notes)
BOOK - The Story of Philosophy (My full Kindle notes)
BOOK - The History of Western Philosophy (My full Kindle notes)
BLOG POST - Financial Freedom: The Missing Link
BLOG POST - Clever Hans
TOPIC OF INTEREST - Prevalence of Health & Wellness Deficiency
BLOG POST - The False Prophecy of Hyperconnection
BLOG POST - Fuck Yes or No
TOPIC OF INTEREST - Innovation in Health & Wellness
BLOG POST - The Destructive Switch from Search to Social
VIDEO - *ck That, A Meditation
TOPIC OF INTEREST - Every Day is My Day (now Sensible Living)
BLOG POST - The Disease of Being Busy
TOPIC OF INTEREST - Facebook's impact on our health
BLOG POST - (I'm revising the click-bait headline) Listening Tours: What, When, and How
COMPANY - ChoiceMap
BOOK - Invisible Cities
BLOG POST - The Acceleration of Addictiveness