Problem Solving

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. Advertisements

Learning from Ed Thorp

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.

Deep Dive

Jeff Bezos admires David Shaw and he once told that David is one of the few people I know who has a fully developed left and right brain. Click here to read the rest.

Break it down and reason up

Few weeks back I was watching Jeff Bezos being interviewed by Charlie Rose. In it Bezos explained why space travel is expensive and what needs to be done to make it affordable. Bezos explained it by breaking down the constituents of rocket. And reasoning up by using first principles, which is the physics way of…

Four years of blogging and some golden nuggets

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. This is very true when it comes to my habit of blogging. Four years back I wrote my first blog post: The Joys Of Compounding. Today I am writing my 221st post. Blogging helps me to read a lot, learn things deeply, share knowledge, and network…

On Fluency and Equanimity

Barbara Oakley is a Professor of Engineering at Oakland University. She is the author of the book A Mind for Numbers  and creator of the outstanding online course Learning How To Learn.  If you want to learn How To Learn, then you should take this online course and read the book. I liked the course and…