Jul 29, 2018
We describe and discuss a useful metacognition tool: The Myers Briggs Test which is based on Carl Jung’s ideas about 4 Functions.
Jung’s functions are based on Input and Output, Information and Decision. How do you gather intel and how do you make your decisions. Fact-based and reasoning, e.g., or intuition...
Jul 22, 2018
Alexander Bard is most famous for his music career, where he's put together successful groups like Army of Lovers and Bodies Without Organs, and for being the top judge of Swedish Idol.
More importantly, however, Bard’s also a futuristic philosopher—one of the most well-informed when it comes to understanding how...
Jul 16, 2018
This episode draws on an idea from Ludvig’s Ultimate Commonplace System. The Review File is like a virtual book summary book, only more extreme. It’s based on two learning methods: Spaced repetition and availability bias.
Your Review File is where you collect all the best materials related to your work, studies,...
Jul 9, 2018
Barry Schwartz is a professor of Psychology, serving as visiting professor at the University of Berkeley, in California. His numerous TED talks have been viewed and listened to more than 20 million times. They include: “Paradox of Choice”, “Loss of Wisdom”, “Practical Knowledge”, and why the way we think...
Jul 1, 2018
We cover the fundamental 5 steps to become an investor—based on Mikael’s personal guidelines.
Here’s a summary of the steps:
1 Psychology is more important than maths in investing
2 Read books and insightful articles about investing, not testosterone dripping online stock forums
3 Find a strategy that suits you....