Michael Williams

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Michael Williams

290 days ago

A helpful framing for post sabbatical life.

How Schopenhauer’s thought can illuminate a midlife crisis

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Michael Williams

301 days ago

THought you both would like this given our recent conversations about soda consumption.

Diet Coke's Moment of Panic

theatlantic.com

Michael Williams

321 days ago

The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions

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Michael Williams

398 days ago

Is the World Slouching Toward a Grave Systemic Crisis?

theatlantic.com

Michael Williams

398 days ago

My Incredibly Simple Guide To Stoicism — Learn Wisdom You Can Practically Use

medium.com

Michael Williams

407 days ago

I like this simple intro to stoicism.

My Incredibly Simple Guide To Stoicism — Learn Wisdom You Can Practically Use

medium.com

Michael Williams

456 days ago

Provocative take. It's like AI and The Matrix in a mashup.

This cartoon explains why Elon Musk thinks we’re characters in a computer simulation. He might be right.

vox.com

Michael Williams

461 days ago

Thought you would like this.

Stop Managing Your Time And Start Owning it

medium.com

Michael Williams

465 days ago

The Best Path to Long-Term Change Is Slow, Simple and Boring

nytimes.com

Michael Williams

466 days ago

Good read, but troubling.

How America Lost Its Mind

theatlantic.com

Michael Williams

466 days ago

Amazon is the new Walmart: the e-commerce giant is increasingly becoming a symbol for everything wrong with big business

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Michael Williams

479 days ago

What the gospel of innovation gets wrong.

newyorker.com

Michael Williams

490 days ago

The Rise of the Thought Leader

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Michael Williams

490 days ago

"Surveying this new landscape, it is clear that the true role of the thought leader is to serve as the organic intellectual of the one percent—the figure who, as Gramsci put it, gives the emerging class “an awareness of its own function” in society. The purpose of the thought leader is to mirror, systematize, and popularize the delusions of the superrich: that they have earned their fortunes on merit, that social protections need to be further eviscerated to make everyone more flexible for “the future,” and that local attachments and alternative ways of living should be replaced by an aspirational consumerism. "

The Rise of the Thought Leader

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Michael Williams

490 days ago

Globalisation: the rise and fall of an idea that swept the world

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Michael Williams

490 days ago

Capitalism the Apple Way vs. Capitalism the Google Way

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Michael Williams

615 days ago

13 Things Successful People Do In The First 10 Minutes Of The Workday

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Michael Williams

635 days ago

Helpful reminder of the importance of acquiring skills throughout ones life.

Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Oprah Winfrey All Use the 5-Hour Rule

inc.com

Michael Williams

646 days ago

More developments in net neutrality mean wireless carriers have more power to choose winners in digital media contest.

The FCC OKs Streaming for Free—But Net Neutrality Will Pay

wired.com

Michael Williams

660 days ago

The most important part of being a good boss is giving clear, personal, consistent guidance.

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

firstround.com

Michael Williams

831 days ago

an interesting perspective on wealth from physicist Stephen Hawking.

Our attitude towards wealth played a crucial role in Brexit. We need a rethink

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