(Not) boring finds for August 2017
This month we are inspired by Da Vinci on how to think creatively; a bit stunned by familiar objects that may go the way of the dodo; pondering about the potential of big data; appreciative of thoughtful investing podcasts; and less anxious about listening to audiobooks.
Webinar Wisdom — Leonardo da Vinci would like a word with you
How thinking creatively like Leo will make you a visionary in the workplace and avoid ruts in inspiration. Plus, six new Italian words you can quote during parties. Va bene!
Are they what you’d guess?
We "quant" quite believe it—but it may just be possible.
The Investor’s Field Guide Podcast — The Art of Asset Allocation, with David Salem – [Invest Like the Best, EP.38]
Tune into a podcast covering a gamut of probing themes in money management from asset allocation, to human behavior, and the fear of missing out. David Salem, CIO of Windhorse Group, guest stars.
Is listening to an audio book cheating? Is oral storytelling better than silent reading? Does it matter?
Read on and consider: “We don’t worry about “cheating” if we listen to music while doing housework, or fail to give every single painting in a gallery our full attention, so why would we apply this anxiety to our experiences of reading?”