While it's convenient to avoid arguments over small things, there are times when the topic on the table is too important to cast aside. In theory, such conversations need not be emotionally charged. I tell you what I think, you tell me what you think, see where we agree, see where we disagree, explore why [...]
Month: May 2019
Transdisciplinarity: a Case for Generalism in a Complex World
"You are the universe, expressing itself as a human for a little while" - Eckhart Tolle With zero context, what does IR stand for? What about GM? What about SA? Ask me and I think Investor Relations, General Manager and Script Adherence. Indeed influenced by my current job. Chances are you would have come up [...]
When Surprisingly Simple Solutions Work
Majority of my posts echo: "many problems stem from people underestimating complexity and oversimplifying things." Meanwhile, the opposite can hold true too. Many problems are complex, but that doesn't mean every solution has to be. This is page is an ongoing archive of case studies and examples that colour this point. So the other day [...]
Single Sentence Summaries for Every Book I Read in 2018
With too many books out there, and too little time, I thought it'd be helpful to share my 2018 reading as single sentence summaries. Of course, reducing someone's life work in such a manner risks misrepresentation. So take these summaries more as the key takeaways I got from each. Hopefully this helps you discover which are of interest to you.