Thursday, March 13, 2008

"You're much more likely to do well if you start out to do something feasible instead of something that isn't feasible. Isn't that perfectly obvious?"

"You have to figure out what your own aptitudes are. If you play games where other people have the aptitudes and you don't, you're going to lose."

"In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn't read all the time - none, zero." Charles T. Munger

Today's image: The fir tree of Grazalema by mrtriggerfinger. Amazing shot. Thank you for sharing.

All three of today's quotes are from a really smart guy you've probably never heard of. He's the longtime business partner of the guy you've certainly heard of, the world's richest man, Warren E. Buffett. Charlie Munger is wiser than a tree full of owls.

Today's video is some powerful storytelling about your brain. The video is from one of the most talked about sessions at this year's TED. Let me introduce to you Jill Bolte Taylor