Benjamin Franklin biographies – which should you read?

I can’t recall who led me onto Benjamin Franklin(B.F.). It might have been Ryan Holiday or Tim Ferriss, apart from these two however a lot of historical leaders have claimed to either read or always carried along The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. For this reason I bought it several years ago. I do not know … Continue reading Benjamin Franklin biographies – which should you read?

Into the wild – Christopher McCandless aka. Alexander Supertramp

I stumbled upon this story in a quite unusual way. Usually I find interesting documentaries, movies and content in general from blogs, people I follow etc. I almost never watch TV or consume, what could be called random content – it's almost always a deliberate choice, which has both up- and downsides, but that's a … Continue reading Into the wild – Christopher McCandless aka. Alexander Supertramp

Doing what you love, productivity, procrastination and social media

When you follow your dreams and work with what you love and feel really will do an impact, then you're never hit by procrastination – right? I can't recall how many times I have been met with that assumption. Hey it must be so awesome to work with what you love, then it probably never … Continue reading Doing what you love, productivity, procrastination and social media

Experience vs. Memory – duration neglect and peak-end rule

Just finished Thinking, Fast and Slow - and what an awesome book! I have already written a bit about the book in old posts and my previous post compares it to a couple of other popular behavioral science books. But if you find behavioral science and psychology the least bit exciting, you’ll probably love this … Continue reading Experience vs. Memory – duration neglect and peak-end rule

Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions

There are several books on the topic of decision-making, a lot more than I will ever read, but here are a couple of recommendations if the topic is of interest to you. If you aren’t interested - maybe you should be. “Surprisingly” we are not as rational as we might think. Our feelings, perceptions and … Continue reading Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions