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How to Design a Reading Plan (Odysseas)

What Resonated with Me I am particularly interested in the structured approach to learning and the value of creating a reading plan to achieve specific goals. The emphasis on the freedom to explore topics independently while maintaining a clear structure resonates with my preference for organised learning. I also appreciate the practical tips on selecting,…

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Scott Galloway: We’re Raising the Most Unhappy Generation in History! Hard Work Doesn’t Build Wealth (The Diary Of A CEO)

What Resonated with Me I find myself particularly drawn to content that emphasises leveraging personal advantages and taking strategic risks. I value the importance of identifying and utilizing my unique strengths, especially in my youth, to make calculated decisions that can lead to long-term wealth accumulation. The advice on finding one’s talent over passion and…

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2024 Commencement Address by Roger Federer at Dartmouth (Roger Federer)

What Resonated with Me I am particularly inspired by Federer’s emphasis on hard work, resilience, and maintaining balance in life. The importance of discipline, patience, and embracing the process resonates with my approach to personal and professional growth. I also value his perspective on learning from failures, staying grounded, and contributing to larger missions beyond…

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The Importance of Financial Literacy: Opening a New Field (Annamaria Lusardi and Olivia S. Mitchell)

What Resonated with Me I am particularly interested in the role of financial literacy in reducing wealth inequality and improving financial decision-making. The emphasis on better measurement and integration of financial literacy into education systems and national statistics aligns with my belief in the importance of financial knowledge for economic well-being. I value the insights…

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Why Don’t We Have a 15-Hour Work Week? (The Happiness Lab)

What Resonated with Me I am particularly drawn to the exploration of why the prediction of a 15-hour work week by 2030 has not materialized. The concept of the efficiency trap, where increased productivity leads to more work rather than less, resonates with my experiences. I value the discussions on pseudo productivity and the need…