This page covers why we make poor decisions and discusses useful frameworks to expand your decision-making toolbox.
Negative space is the impossible cellophane layer that drapes the known world and is invisible to all but to the most perceptive minds.
“Experience is what you got when you didn’t get what you wanted.” — Howard Marks
Wisdom is a skill. A skill that you can learn.
This is a remarkable piece on many quite vivid and interesting examples, of both psychology at work and antidotes to psychology-based dysfunction.
First Principles Thinking is quite possibly the one approach that has lead to more breakthrough ideas than any other thinking tool.
Reading and experience train your model of the world. And even if you forget the experience or what you read, its effect on your model of the world persists.