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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…


Time and Moments, Nasal Breath, Certainty is Absurd, Puppy Dog Close, Genius’s Hardship

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In The Museum of Innocence in Çukurcuma, Istanbul, Orhan Pamuk, the author of the eponymous novel, display these words on the first floor on the wall.

Aristotle makes the distinctions between time and single moments. Remembering time can be pretty heavy and sometimes depressing…


Cheerleaders Effect, The But and Therefore Rule, Alive Scientists, Quadruple Knowledge, Cowardice and Morality

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Article: Cheerleader Effect: Why People Are More Beautiful in Groups

The cheerleader effect is the cognitive bias that makes people think individuals are more physically attractive in groups than in isolation.

The effect doesn’t result from that group photos give the impression that individuals have…


Scientists and Ambiguity, Selling Research, Time is Circle, Confidence is Overrated, Science is not about Evidence

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Book: The Art of Doing Science and Engineering

This is actually from a talk by Richard Hamming on “why do so few scientists make significant contributions and so many are forgotten in the long run?”. It’s included as the last chapter of his book The…


Beer and Coffee Mode, No Scar for Happiness, The Value of No, Kill Your Darlings, Grab a Beer

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Article: Beer Mode and Coffee Mode

David Perell is an excellent writer. In this post, he talked about two modes of working: beer mode and coffee mode.

Beer mode is a state of unfocused where we try to discover new ideas, while coffee mode is…


Intention and Impact, Mint-giving, How to Teach, Low-information Diet, Meetings

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I can’t find the exact original source but this quote should be from Dave Chappelle, one of my favorite stand-up comedians. This quote is about how he, as a stand-up comedian, think about political correctness. …


The Beginning of Infinity, Game Design, Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation, Reading Hats, Empathy or Solution

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Here’s a list of what I’m exploring and pondering these two weeks.

Book: The Beginning of Infinity

I have to admit that this book is beyond my current reading (and perhaps my thinking) level, but the main argument of this book is still worth pondering.


Emotional Contagion, Brain Budget, Breathe, Emotional Granularity, Play Dead

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Here’s a list of what I’m exploring and pondering this week.

The inputs I want to share this week are all from a podcast interviewing Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, a neuroscientist, psychologist, and author of How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain

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