A bit of a new format this month as I’ll add some of the books you loved.
Here’s a look at some of the content you loved.
The Art of Worldly Wisdom
… provides advice not only for modern “image makers” and “spin doctors,” but also for the candid: for those who insist that substance, not image, is what really matters.
34 Insights From Nassim Taleb
#9 It’s a sign of weakness to worry about showing signs of weakness.
Michael Mauboussin, Interview No. 4
While Michael is well known in investment circles for his knowledge of biases and clarity of thinking, a lot of others are missing out on his insight.
Richard Feynman’s Love Letter to His Wife Sixteen Months After Her Death
Please excuse my not mailing this — but I don’t know your new address.
66 Personal Development Habits For Smart People
Perception is a key component of personal growth because we react to what we perceive to be true.
The Art of Ordinary Conversation
Some general guidelines for good conversation.
Here’s a look at what books Farnam Street readers loved in August.
Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School
La Rochefoucauld — Collected Maxims and Other Reflections
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