Wednesday, September 3, 2014


Aswath Damodaran - The Education Business: A Road Map for Disruption (LINK)
Related mini-book (PDF): Hire Education: Mastery, Modularization, and the Workforce Revolution
Related book: Disrupting Class
Andrew Smithers: The contested ties between asset prices and QE (LINK)

Bill Gross' latest: For Wonks Only​​​ (LINK)

A thinker whose heft impressed Bill Gates (LINK)
Related book: Making the Modern World: Materials and Dematerialization
A WaveMaker Conversation With Coach Joe Moglia (LINK)
Related book: 4th and Goal: One Man's Quest to Recapture His Dream
Ben Franklin letter to l'Abbé Morellet [For the wine drinkers out there.] (LINK)
Related books: A Benjamin Franklin ReaderBenjamin FranklinBenjamin Franklin: An American Life
Seneca on Saving Time (LINK)
Related previous post: Stoicism quotes, thoughts, and readings
Related Seneca quotes from recent posts:

"Believe me, it takes a great man and one who has risen far above human weaknesses not to allow any of his time to be filched from him, and it follows that the life of such a man is very long because he has devoted wholly to himself whatever time he has had. None of it lay neglected and idle; none of it was under the control of another, for, guarding it most grudgingly, he found nothing that was worthy to be taken in exchange for his time. And so that man had time enough, but those who have been robbed of much of their life by the public, have necessarily had too little of it." -Seneca, "On the Shortness of Life"

"So it is—the life we receive is not short, but we make it so, nor do we have any lack of it, but are wasteful of it. Just as great and princely wealth is scattered in a moment when it comes into the hands of a bad owner, while wealth however limited, if it is entrusted to a good guardian, increases by use, so our life is amply long for him who orders it properly." -Seneca, "On the Shortness of Life"