A kid went to his father and told that he scored 10th rank in his class. His father being a rational man asked, how many students are there in your class? To which his son responded: 10. Jokes aside, there is an important lesson to learn. Click here to read the rest. Advertisements
A wise man showed the image below to me and a few others. He told us the following. To be successful in any pursuit one needs to work hard and keep improving a tiny bit every day. What matters the most is not the magnitude of daily progress. But tiny progress over long periods of…
Cliff Devries has lived half his life with total paralysis on his right side. 20 years ago, doctors found a 6-inch tumor near his brain. Surgery left him paralyzed from the neck down. After months of hard work, he regained use of his left side. Click here to read the rest.
Why are some people good in problem solving? Is it nature or nurture? Are there any tricks or gimmicks that we can used to become an effective problem solver? Click here to read the rest.
What’s a better learning strategy: covering a subject in full detail from top-to-bottom or progressively sharpening a quick overview? The better way to learn is to use the idea of progressive rendering. Get a rough outline as quickly as possible. Then gradually improve your understanding of the subject over time. This document is a rough outline…
Wonderla Holidays is in the amusement park industry. An amusement park is a collection of rides and activites to entertain a large group of people. I spent sometime studying the business model of Wonderla. Click here to read the rest.
In 2017 DJCO meeting, Charlie Munger recommended Ed Thorp’s autobiography A Man For All Markets to his cultists. Munger also told that Thorp was a very smart man and a mathematician with a high IQ. Click here to read the rest.