“No harm’s done to history by making it something someone would want to read.”
— David McCullough
Here are 3 articles you’d want to read this Sunday. And of course, you do not have to read all 3; even one of them read and assimilated well would be enough learning for the day!
The article dives deep into how Mormonism — the culture and way of living — is responsible for the community churning out many successful salesmen and entrepreneurs across the USA.
A good, in-depth piece to help you think about your own childhood, the influences that shaped your desires, and triaging on what you really want. Spend some time on it, and see if it brings you more clarity around your personal and professional goals.
Feedback is good, right? This article tends to disagree. Well, not disagree, but just try to add some nuance to the whole “chase fast feedback to learn fast” motto many people preach.
It talks about how expecting feedback to always be quick and clear might not always be better for your learning, unlike what many productivity gurus espouse.
That’s it for today. Read these and let me know what questions they gave rise to in your head while you were reading them. For it is only questions that lead to meaningful discovery, and reading is one good way of provoking crucial questions that were yet unasked.
If you aren’t questioning, you aren’t learning.
I’ll see you tomorrow. Have a nice day!