Michel de Montaigne on Luck and Why You Shouldn’t Regret Your Decisions

What we know today as the Outcome Bias was clear to Michel de Montaigne five centuries ago – we are rarely in complete control over the outcomes of our decisions, and often we’re not to…

Confessions of a Philosopher: Bryan Magee on the Importance of Peer Criticism In Learning

In Confessions of a Philosopher, an excitingly readable and thought-provoking introduction to philosophy written in a form of an autobiography, Bryan Magee tells us about his personal journey through philosophy, from having insoluble questions in…

Robert Greene on The Apprenticeship System and How to Effectively Start a New Job

Robert Greene, the author of The 48 Laws of Power states that the ultimate form of power is mastery. In Mastery, his other book focused on the concept throughout history, with support of biographical stories…