The following are the books I hope to finish reading by 2023. I have a goal of reading at least twenty books by the end of year. Last year, I probably read close to thirty books but only managed to finish fewer than half of them. I am a fairly
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I recently read Talent, by Tyler Cowen and Daniel Gross. Tyler is a groundbreaking economist who has a widely read blog (Marginal Revolution) and podcast (Conversation with Tyler). Although I rarely read the blog, I have enjoyed many of his podcast episodes, including the one with Marc Andreessen, Daniel Gross
Here's a collection of links of links I found on my old browser. A lot of them are super good materials on startups, engineering, leadership and meta-thinkings. Enjoy the rabbit hole!
> The promise of a new decade. The terrifying black swan. Shutting down a life's mission. The hardest days of my life (a.k.a letting people down). The uncertainty. And a new beginning. Disclaimer (2): this is a personal story about events happening around my life from my own point
In the course of my life, there are several essays that contributes to my growth. There's no speed limit, by Derek Sivers It taught me that you can go as fast as I can, without being bothered by other people's pace. There’s no speed limit | Derek SiversWhether you’re
In this troubling time, I often feel bad by procrastinating on my tasks at hand. Calm down. I just read these pieces from Nassim Taleb's book, Antifragile. Naturally, we procrastinate when the problem is not critical (or important). No wonder I was an uber-deadliner in college. (College projects and exams
> “There is no way to write a six-page, narratively structured memo and not have clear thinking.” —Jeff Bezos, Amazon I love written communication. Not through short bursts of emails or chats, but through a clear narrative document. Why? 1. It lasts No more arguing whether people catch my hallway chat.