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What Is Your Limit?

“It is the brain, not the heart or lungs, that is the critical organ.”

Roger Bannister

The above quote appears in ‘Think Like a Freak’ 269 more words


How to Be Tim Ferriss - Featuring Freakonomics

This episode is a role-reversal.

I flew to New York City and sat down with Stephen J. Dubner (@freakonomics) of Freakonomics fame. He proceeded to ask me all sorts of questions that I’d never heard before, and we recorded the entire thing.   685 more words

The Tim Ferriss Show

Wisely Written

Have you every wondered why the Bible was written the way that it was written?  Why didn’t God present His message in an encyclopedic format.  He could have categorized information under heading, and listed these categories alphabetically.  709 more words

Bible Study

How Do You Think?

Two really fun books about looking at things in a slightly different way.

Let’s start with Steal Like and Artist. This is a fun book about how to use art and the world around you to inspire your creative side. 165 more words

New Books

"Well, we've come this far" A Rough Guide to the Sunk Costs Fallacy

The sunk cost fallacy is about our decision-making process. Our decisions can be affected by many things, but, generally, we like to think that we approach most with a certain degree of logic and reasoning. 624 more words


Book Review- Freakonomics

Freakonomics was one book which was quite hyped even during my college days. I wasn’t much of a reader back then except for reading chetan bhagat and sheldon or fan brown. 383 more words

Book Reviews

O.P. Recommends Freakonomics: Is Migration a Basic Human Right?

I just listened to this episode of Freakonomics Radio podcast the other day, which I enjoyed very much and learned a lot from, and I think you’ll love it too. 601 more words

The One & The Many