"Put yourself in situations where favorable consequences are much larger than unfavorable ones.... Indeed, the notion of asymmetric outcomes is the central idea of this book: I will never get to know the unknown since, by definition, it is unknown. However, I can always guess how it might affect me, and I should base my decisions around that." --Nassim Taleb, "The Black Swan"
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The McKinsey Podcast: The future of air travel (LINK)
Why You Should Quit the News - by Mark Manson (LINK)
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