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Biases Of Intuition — The Bat And Ball Problem
Quickly consider the following question: A bat and ball cost $1.10. The bat costs one dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?
Fellow Passenger Helps Young Man With His Tie On Train
A young man was struggling to tie his tie on the train in San Francisco when a fellow passenger offered her help and then tied it for him.
Kick Ass Speech From Chief Justice John Roberts: I Wish You Bad Luck.
Recently, US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts handed out some pretty kick-ass advice in his speech at a commencement ceremony...
Do You Want To Be A Potato, An Egg, Or A Coffee Bean?
There was this young girl who felt that her life was miserable. No fun, no happiness. Just full of obstacles, full of struggles, full of hardships and pain.
How You Can Improve Your Luck In Life
A little stratagem to maximize luck — served to you hot like chicken soup. Now you can lick it, sip it, taste it. Or you can waste it, whatever.
Complain Effectively, or Don't Complain At All
When you complain effectively, it can be a source of valuable feedback and an agent of change. But if you don't, It will simply just be whining.
The Story of Two Woodcutters —Why You Should Sharpen Your Axes
Once upon a time, there were two woodcutters named Peter and John. They were often at loggerheads over who chopped more wood. So one day, they decided to hold a competition to determine the winner. The rules were simple—whoever produce the most wood in a day wins.
He Read 2000 Obituaries For A Reason and It's Worth A Ponder
When your name shows up in the obituaries headlines, what would be your descriptor - the few words that capture your achievement of a lifetime?
Story of a Mother Camel and Her Calf
Once upon a time, there was a Mother Camel and her little Calf who lived in a zoo. They were basking in the hot sun one afternoon and out of the blue...
Thomas Edison and his 2000 Failures - Do You See What He Saw?
Thomas Edison, Wizard of Menlo Park, said about his failures, "We've learned a lot. We know there are 2,000 elements that can't make a good light bulb."

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