We are what we think.
We think about what we read.
There is so much that is unhelpful.
Let’s share some good bits.
What are you reading?
ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- Self-sufficiency is the core and greatest of the stoic philosophies. Break the Chain: Stop Being a Slave. (Farnam Street)
- Friendship is critical to a long & meaningful life. This Is How To Make Close Friends: 4 Surprising Secrets From Research. (bakadesuyo)
- On meditation. “It seems that perfection is attained not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to remove.” Antoine de Saint Exupery. (Wildmind)
- Is College Worth The Cost? Yes! …if you take it seriously and study the right sorts of things. (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- The world doesn’t such… your brain does. Good news at last: the world isn’t as horrific as you think. (The Guardian)
Money & Business:
- This is why we are behaviorists FIRST. The Most Important Investment Factor – Behavior. “A suboptimal strategy that you can execute is better than an optimal strategy you can’t execute.” (Pragmatic Capitalism)
- Small Business Optimism Decreases. My guess is… they’d find it a lot easier if they were paying higher wages. Perhaps “difficulty finding workers” always precedes “starts paying workers more.” (Calculated RISK)
- Planning and emotional intelligence are WAY more important than choosing the right investments or buying/selling at the right time. Key to Financial Success: Avoiding Stupidity. (Independence Advisors)