The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | The Surprising Power of The Long Game
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | First Principles: The Building Blocks of True Knowledge
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | Giving up Your Best Loved Ideas and Starting Over
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | Why You Should Stop Reading News
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | Today, Not Tomorrow
Farnam Street (fs. blog) | How to Use Occam’s Razor Without Getting Cut
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | Patrick Collison: Earning Your Stripes [The Knowledge Project Ep. 32]
Farnam Street (fs.blog) | Elon Musk Recommends 12 Books that Changed his Life
School teaches you to ask for permission rather than take action. School teaches you compliance, not discovery. School doesn’t teach the skills you need in the real world like how to build things, how to find problems to solve, or how to think for yourself.
Often the best decisions have no immediate payoff. The best choices tend to compound. Most of the benefits come at the end, not the beginning. The more patient you are, the bigger the payoff.
Integrity is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Discipline is a choice. Consistency is a choice. The sooner you make these choices, the further you will go.
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