It was a thought-provoking blend of classic wisdom (small changes and consistency yields large changes over time) with added psychology and historical examples.

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Atomic Habits

Books | James Clear

A breathtaking memoir - the emotions, particularly the pondering and the anguish, were very clearly portrayed.

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Books | Tara Westover

It is philosophically diverse - it made me think of humankind’s impact in a new light. It is less revolutionary to me, but I also think Gen Z has started to realize that the world wasn’t built for humans.

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Books | Daniel Quinn

This was an outstanding read. It’s a detailed account of the rise and fall of the Sackler family. With a plethora of sources from legal proceedings, a comprehensive recount of not only the history of big pharma but also of the opioid crisis is explained with no stone unturned.

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Empire of Pain

Books | Patrick Radden Keefe

I’ve read about Theranos and never quite understood how so many high profile individuals were conned, however the documentary tells engaging and humanizing story and analysis of Elizabeth Holmes’ (and consequently, Theranos’) rise and fall. Like Calypso from the Odyssey and the Iliad which Holmes references a number of times, Holmes portrayed the benefits of Theranos while concealing it’s shortcomings on a massive scale.

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The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

Movies | Documentary

WOW 🤩 I try to avoid emojis but this took my breath away - twice. The rise of Burton as a company is impressive, the rise of snowboarding as a sport is unparalleled, and the narrative of Jake Carpenter’s life is a story of relentless, wholesome passion. For anyone into snow sports (even if you’re just a skier - like me) highly recommend watching this. Carpenter’s love for boarding and life is near tangible. This is one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen.

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Dear Rider: The Jake Burton Story

Movies | Documentary

One of the best books I’ve read this year! It plays to the strengths of introverts and discusses the dynamics of the work environment as they relate to personalities. It was helpful for understanding myself more and it provided tips on how to be more well-received as an introvert

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Books | Susan Cain

Sobering and eye-opening about the ways the US military is losing its dominant edge.

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The Kill Chain

Books | Christian Brose

I am not sure how true it is… I’ve found some of the sourcing to be poorly done and read criticisms by academics of the same. It’s an interesting narrative nonetheless #historical_fiction

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The Imperial Cruise

Books | James Bradley

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