Imagine an iceberg floating along in the Arctic. While you see parts of it above the surface of the water, most of it is hidden beneath. The same can be said of your mind:
The Haves and the Have-Nots (2010) shows how inequality throughout history has made
its mark on society at large. These pages explore three types of inequality: inequality among individuals in a single country; inequality among countries; and global inequality, or inequality among all the world’s citizens.
What’s in it for me? Become a better communicator. Effective communication can be the deciding factor in acing that job interview or convincing investors to hop aboard your new company.… Read More »Communicate to influence / Ben & Kelly Decker
What’s in it for me? Discover the secrets to tidying up your house – and your life. What’s the best way to tidy your house? How do you know when… Read More »The life-changing magic of tidying up / Marie Kondo
What’s in it for me? Learn your place in the animal kingdom. One of Aristotle’s most famous pronouncements was that human beings are political animals. This means that humans are… Read More »The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life / Kevin Simpler & Robin Hanson
What’s in it for me? Learn about the aspects of human nature that affect your day-to-day life. Who doesn’t want to make better decisions? Well, the key to this is… Read More »The laws of human nature / Robert Greene