Get Smarter, Richer, and Happier. Go to the Library.

I tend to focus on three distinct categories here: building wealth, becoming happier, and thinking smarter. Usually there is some overlap between these subjects. Even if there is not a direct overlap, there is always at least some connection behind the scenes. Correcting cognitive biases can make you wealthier. Well-spent money can make you happier. Being happier can lead you to better performance at your job.

But today I want to talk about a tool that allows you to hit all three of these subjects directly. The library. Continue reading “Get Smarter, Richer, and Happier. Go to the Library.”

Thinking Smarter: Avoiding Confirmation Bias

One subject on which I want to spend a lot of time and words on this site is why we make bad decisions and how we can make better ones. This means taking a look at our cognitive biases, which are basically holes in our ability to think logically and rationally.

That may sound boring, but by noticing and correcting these holes we can make better decisions, be more convincing, and generally make ourselves smarter.  Does that sound less boring? Continue reading “Thinking Smarter: Avoiding Confirmation Bias”