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Coach’s Function, Søren Kierkegaard, Leap of Faith, Same DNA Different Cells, Collision Course

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Book: Coach Wooden and Me: Our 50-Year Friendship On and Off the Court

Coach Wooden and Me is a book by the NBA’s all-time leading scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar writing about his priceless friendship with…


REBT’s ABC Model, Information and Energy, Science and Philosophy and Art, Space and Time, Epicurus and Ads

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Book: Systems of Psychotherapy

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a form of cognitive behavior therapy developed by Dr. Albert Ellis. …


Not Louder, When Told You’re Wrong, Treat People, Only Imperfect Produces Art, Rule of 3 In Conversation

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Book: Your Music and People

It is an observation from Derek Sivers. …


Celebrate Fucked Up, Burn Out, Apology and Compliment, Cheapest Therapy, No Desperate Need

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Thought

I was totally fucked up at something this week. Whenever I know I mess up, this is what I say to myself. It is always almost therapeutic to write down how and why…


Root of All Human Motivation, Virtual and Real, Feel, Justified Success, Confirming Belief

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Book: Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life

Most people in the world believe that human motivation is all about carrots and sticks. It’s all about pain and pleasure, like what…


Tyranny of Merit, SAT, First-generation Students, Lottery for College Admission, Political Divides

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Book Recommendation

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Michael Sandel, the author of Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?, addressed the arrogance generated by meritocracy among the winners and the denigration it imposes on those excluded in his new book The…


Baumol’s Cost Disease, No Phone, Repeated Mistakes, Two Ways to Categorize, Elephant Gym

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Article: Two parallel worlds in Taiwan: Rich and Unaffordable(Traditional Chinese)

Baumol’s cost disease is a phenomenon pointed out by the economist William Baumol. While rising wages are typically attributed to the growth in labor…


The Ackerman Model, The F Word, Experience isn’t Learning, Fool Yourself, SXSW 2021

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Online Course: MasterClass | Chris Voss Teaches the Art of Negotiation

The Ackerman Model is a bargaining method that counters with decreasing incremental offers until your target offer price is reached. For example, if we have a target price of $100 for buying a bike…


Attribution Traps, Feedback, Naked offering Shirts, Knowledge and Wisdom, Measurement for Importance

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Online Course: Learn Social Psychology

In social psychology, attribution is the process of inferring the causes of behaviors. We attribute the behaviors to some causes. …


Combination, Burnout, Strong Opinion, Hold Stock Forever, Vibe and Tribe

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The inputs I want to share this week are mostly from a 2016 interview with Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI and the former president of Y Combinator (YC). I first listened to the interview in my sophomore year. At that time, I was applying…

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