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Patterns amongst more contemporary, time-sensitive events.
Why it's useful to do an audit of your job market during this recession — even if you already have a career moat.
Why ‘Strong Opinions, Weakly Held’ isn't as great a thinking tool as you might think.
You're only able to adapt quickly under uncertainty if you see the world as it is. Here's why it's difficult to do that during a pandemic.
Why cash flow is a good lens to use as we watch the current recession unfolding in real time. Written with the employee in mind.
Lessons I learnt while applying the Good Judgment Project's superforecasting techniques to the COVID-19 outbreak, albeit for personal reasons.
Michael Kitces unintentionally gives us an example of what it looks like when someone turns an understanding of business models into actionable career decisions.
My obsession with building career moats stems from my family's experience with the 1997 Asian financial crisis. Some reflections on job security, then and now.
FIRE — 'financial independence, retire early' is a movement that's taking off amongst millennial knowledge workers. We explore how this relates to career strategy.
In which we apply Andy Grove's Strategic Inflection Point analysis to cryptocurrency.