A helpful list of procrastination triggers, George Packer’s four rival narratives driving polarization in America, and the trap of turning hobbies into…
A Zen master’s thoughts on persistent practice, looking to our elders for examples of habit-formation, and economist Tim Harford explores our inability…
A realistic guide to time management, a dead-simple to-do system, and a fun but unscientific tool for comparing yourself to the average.
A story about fish and situational blindness, Linsey Marr upends a long-standing but erroneous scientific belief, and a helpful guide to the creator ec…
The expectation vs. the reality of personal progress, reading articles and long-form content on the Kindle, and a quartet of inspirational reading list…
Jobs to Be Done, “Competing Against Luck” by Clayton Christensen, and a window into Simon & Garfunkel’s creative process.
Watching the kids grow up, supplementing ebook and audiobook consumption with a paid library card, and an engaging visual explainer on the internal com…
A golden age for personal knowledge management tools, “Good Strategy Bad Strategy” by Richard P. Rumelt, and a video series showcasing my favorite coff…
Two categories of workouts, Epictetus on expectation and mindset, and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Two mental obstacles that impede my creativity and a rediscovered Soviet television adaptation of The Lord of the Rings from 1991.
The memory and poise of pianist Maria João Pires, “On Grand Strategy” by John Lewis Gaddis, and Gallup’s annual survey on religion in America.
An intriguing proverb’s metaphorical relevance and modern interpretation, and the World Happiness Report measures global contentment in the year of COV…