Scott Adams, How to Fail at Almost Anything and still win Big

I enjoyed Scott Adams’ life advice titbits. The author of Dilbert is a serial entrepreneur and a character with unconventional ways of thinking. I started to follow him after his debate with Sam Harris over Donald Trump’s 2016 election bid where he displayed a peculiar but engaging approach. Adams approaches life through a systems lens, … More Scott Adams, How to Fail at Almost Anything and still win Big

A Conflict of Visions by Thomas Sowell

Another brilliant piece of work by the master, Thomas Sowell. Quite a theoretical book but an incredibly useful framework. I’ve observed numerous recent events through Sowell’s visions since I started reading the book. The ability for ideas to immediately infiltrate one’s framework and lexicon is a true hallmark of greatness. A vision is our natural … More A Conflict of Visions by Thomas Sowell

Inflationary Intervention Triggers Depression Risks

Although painful, the solution to the 2020 economic recession is simple – uncover our problems, let prices adjust and reallocate capital towards productive usages. The quicker we adjust, the shorter the recession and the sooner we create a sustainable economic foundation for future prosperity. This approach is the polar opposite to the current interventionist and … More Inflationary Intervention Triggers Depression Risks

“History never repeats but it rhymes” – 4th Turning Crisis Preparation

The 4th Turning by Strauss and Howe is the best book I’ve read in recent time. Using a combination of demographics, economics and sociology, the authors analyse American history through generations. Rather than the orthodox approach, looking at history through the eye of the leaders, they pinpoint the influence of key events on each generation. … More “History never repeats but it rhymes” – 4th Turning Crisis Preparation