Between the Noise🎯 #3 : The Best Way to Learn Anything, The Burning Tyres Choking India & More
I’m a big fan of Shane Parrish & Farnam Street. In this article he discusses 4 step process created by Nobel winning Physicist Richard Fenyman on how to learn anything. Step 1: Choose a concept, Step 2: Teach it to a Toddler, Step 3: Identify Gaps and Go Back to The Source Material, Step 4: Review and Simplify.
The UK government’s due diligence consists of asking tyre exporters which companies they intend to sell to, then asking the Indian government whether those companies are legit. It has made no efforts to discover whether the firms receiving these tyres are their final destination, or whether the Indian government is properly regulating them. It has no figures for UK tyre exports to India.
This is a thrilling story posted recently by Sahil Lavingia, Founder of Gumroad. Here he explains how he understood that not everyone can build a Billion-Dollar company, every startup hits a peak where it won’t find more audience who need there specified offering. (Use Incognito Mode if you’ve used free Medium articles limit)
Now, it may look like I am in an enviable position, running a profitable, growing, low-maintenance software business serving adoring customers. But for years, I considered myself a failure. At my lowest point, I had to lay off 75 percent of my company, including many of my best friends. I had failed.
"Unacknowledged" focuses on the historic files of the Disclosure Project and how UFO secrecy has been ruthlessly enforced-and why. The best evidence for extraterrestrial contact, dating back decades, is presented with direct top-secret witness testimony, documents and UFO footage, 80% of which has never been revealed anywhere else. (I watched it on Netflix, not sure about other platforms)
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