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My palms begin to sweat. I did not expect a pop quiz. Maybe she’s talking about foreign coins? Maybe rubles are involved, I say?
The below 37 documentaries have shaped my thinking and changed my behavior over the last several years. I revisit them often.
“Character, like a photograph, develops in darkness.” — Yousuf Karsh
For decades, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, had been insisting that humanity’s best shot at long-term survival was to eventually become a multiplanetary species.
This post will share the most impactful articles and books that I’ve read in the last 12 months.
This guest post from Dr. Mark Plotkin (@DocMarkPlotkin) features an excerpt from his book Medicine Quest: In Search of Nature’s Healing Secrets. I loved the chapter so much that I published the audio version on the podcast. If you prefer the audio version, narrated by Mark, click here.
“Princes become great by vanquishing difficulties and opposition.”
Let’s take an example from one of the greatest noticers in history, David Foster Wallace. In his famous commencement speech, “This is Water”—which is about the power of noticing—Foster Wallace recounts the experience of going to a grocery store on a stressful day. A less skilled noticer might write, “You go to the store and it’s crowded. The cashier looks angry and the shopping carts are broken.” Now see how the same moment comes alive in Foster’s prose through better noticing:
Richard Powers’ The Overstory, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, is an incredible book. It’s beautiful and brutal, poetic and therapeutic. Several guests on the podcast recommended it to me, and Hugh Jackman gave me the best description: “It works on you in the way nature does. It’s patient, and it’s in no rush. It’s slow and it’s steady and it’s true.”