Getting caught up on a few links after a little time away...
Prominent film company focuses documentary lens on Buffett [H/T Linc] (LINK)
How does Charlie Munger recommend dealing with adversity? (LINK)
Shane Parrish talks to Chris Dixon on The Knowledge Project (LINK) [Shane is also starting a membership program that is worth considering, HERE.]
"I'm an investor. When I see opportunity to create value for my shareholders, I tend to want to dabble in that. So that effort to position capital, to anticipate value creation, I think is my job."
How to Become a Better Reader (LINK)
Related book: How to Read a Book
Latticework of Mental Models: Reciprocation Tendency (LINK)
Related book: Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
Beyond Banking: under attack on all sides (LINK)
Huge Valeant Stake Exposes Rift at Sequoia Fund [H/T Linc] (LINK)
ACHAL BAKERI, LEARNING MACHINE - by Sanjay Bakshi (LINK)
Managing a creative culture (LINK)
Related book: Creativity, Inc.
The Bill Simmons Podcast - Episode 19: Malcolm Gladwell (LINK)
HBO's Bill Simmons talks to best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell about Grantland's abrupt demise, public funded sports arenas/stadiums, new owner syndrome, Tom Brady's never-ending career, the corrupt NCAA, Obama's next job and how America needs a sports czar more than ever.
The Saudi Wahhabis are the real foe: We must take our fight to the preachers and financiers of terror - By Nassim Nicholas Taleb (LINK)
Some interesting books I've seen recommended by others: