3 curated readings for your weekend 🎯
Morgan Housel's trick, Charlie Munger's operating system, & Jobs's design philosophy
Finding time to read is hard.
And if you can squeeze out some time, finding suitable material to read is difficult. Often we end up spending that time either searching for good material to read or catch ourselves mindlessly scrolling.
To save you some time
Here’s a curated set of articles on the internet that you can finish reading in 30 minutes. Or do it in multiple breaks during the weekend.
A Life That Works (~ 11 minutes)
Variety of pieces of advice by Charlie Munger. He lays down some significant ideas to navigate through life. Here’s a snippet that we loved. Click on the title to read the full piece.
The 6 Pillars Of Steve Jobs’s Design Philosophy (~ 8 minutes)
Apple’s design is world famous. This article puts all the design lessons that Steve Jobs’s implanted to make products at Apple. Click on the title to read the full piece.
3. Big Beliefs (~ 3 minutes)
It’s normal to get scared seeing a sophisticated problem. Morgan Housel’s trick to peel off the complex layers till we’re only left with its core, that’s something simple. He further goes on & lists his numerous beliefs. Click on the title to read the full piece.
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