Monthly Archives: December 2007

Religion and economic success

I’m an atheist and generally find most arguments on behalf of religion to be tedious and self-serving. But I just read an interesting one from none other Charlie Munger: I’ll go further: I say economic systems work better when there’s … Continue reading

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Get out of your comfort zone

Best quote I’ve read so far this morning: “I believe that success can be measured in the number of uncomfortable conversations you’re willing to have. I felt that if I could help students overcome the fear rejection with cold-calling and … Continue reading

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This is way better than reality TV


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We do, so he doesn’t have to

I’m not a fan of Mitt Romney, but this is my candidate for simultaneously dumbest and most biased headline of the day: Mike Huckabee Opts Not to Talk About Mitt Romney’s Mormon Faith

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