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ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
- The way we choose to get there (do we cut corners, do we take the easy path) can tell us and the world who we are becoming. The ends and the means (Seth’s Blog – Seth Godin)
- ‘Mindfulness’ can come with amazing results. But, it isn’t an easy path. You have to put in the time and the work. To Cultivate Mindfulness Practice, You Need to Do Just That: Practice (Behavioral Scientist – Rebecca Nyquist Baelen)
- If they disagree… are they wrong, stupid, or evil? Or am I? We never ask the second question. On Being Wrong (TED – Kathryn Schulz)
- There are many predictors of future income; the ability to defer gratification is one of the best. And pre-experiencing benefits of deferral is one of the best tools to boost deferral. Good Things for Those Who Wait… (Frontiers in Psychology – Hampton, Asadi, & Olson)
- ‘Rational argument’ can’t come from a single data point -or – stories have more leverage on our minds than they deserve. The Disproportional Power of Anecdotes (FS – Shane Parrish)
- Does real freedom come from the ability to take things for granted? In Defense of Taking Things for Granted (NYTimes – Neal Tognazzini)
- In this excellent piece, Jeffrey Kleintop at Schwab asks Where Will The Next Crisis Come From? (Schwab – Jeffrey Kleintop)
- ALL investing is emotional. Concealed Emotions (collaborative fund – Morgan Housel)
- The larger the loss; the larger the emotional response. When You Lose 99.9%, You’ve Lost More Than Money (Wall Street Journal – Jason Zweig)