“Malcom Gladwell was right about deliberate practice”
Jeff Bezos: This is the one Amazon leadership principle that ‘surprises people’the most
On deliberate practice.
Deliberate practice will make you better, but it’s not enough to make you best.
Going to work when you’re unwell is bad for more than just your health
How Are You Protecting Your High Performers from Burnout?
Work and the loneliness epidemic
It’s incredible how this moved from systems thinking to Not Knowing. It’s a powerful dive into how to see the world better.
How your intuition actually works – especially for business decisions
The first step before modifying an aspect of a system is to understand it
Why I often plan as if everything would go wrong
Complicatedness has become a major business concern
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
Yes, you really can work yourself to death
Hustling is bad for you. Here is why
Great companies made different choices and different decisions. This study really nailed it for me. Maybe other people didn’t make the same choices because they didn’t know any better. That’s irrelevant. What’s relevant is the differentiator, namely, what people did.
Why we hate Mondays (and the difference between labour, work and action)
Despite what you may have heard, hard work in your chosen trade is absolutely the stupidest way to join the billionaires club.
Why action bias is so difficult to overcome – and why
Market thinking doesn’t work for much of life
On the tragedy of a market society
Why corporate executives are less likely to go with suicide
Death by Revenue Plan
Build your environment to work for you
Not every problem can be solved head-on
Your job is to focus on giving your employees the best deal possible
Everything I say to young people about ignoring the startup myths
The most common pathology I saw was not heart disease or diabetes; it was loneliness.
Great advise for building your career