My next favorite author, Daron Acemoglu, an economist, is a professor at MIT since 1993. He ranked third in the list of "Favorite Living Economists Under Age 60" in a 2011 survey among American economists, behind Paul Krugman and Greg Mankiw. And I don't doubt this acclaim. He co-authored 'Why Nations Fail' with James A. … Continue reading Essays: Professor Acemoglu and Why Nations Fail
(photo by @mjmauboussin, twitter) My favorite author, Professor Mauboussin's bookshelf at Columbia Business School. He is teaching Security Analysis course for straight 26 years! I should have known him and his books much much earlier! Will they offer me a chance to attend his class? 🙂 Note, Jim Rogers also taught an Investment course in … Continue reading Essays: Professor Mauboussin’s Book Shelf
When we start something, be it a small chore during the day or a project that requires strenuous efforts and time or a journey in life, let's always be clear on what we want and set clear intentions with the end result 'visualized' in mind. What I am learning these days is, the more I read … Continue reading Essays: What Are Your Intentions?
In my previous post, I have wrapped up my 2017 readings. Then what's my selection for 2018? This year's selection is humble, I would say. I found that I frequently add up any intriguing subjects during the year, so this time I decided to start small. And I still have amazing books unfinished that are waiting for … Continue reading Essays: My New Year Reading Goals
January is a month for closing and beginning for me. I am doing lots of purging and hatching jobs these days! For this reason, I feel obliged to wrap up my readings that I've completed last year. I intended to finish around twenty books when the year started but made around fifteen or so. 'Come … Continue reading Essays: The Best Business Books in 2017
"An excellent way to get acquainted with the two functions of your mind is to look upon your own mind as a garden. You are a gardener, and you are planting seeds(thoughts) in your subconscious mind all day long, based on your habitual thinking. As you sow in your subconscious mind, so shall you reap … Continue reading Essays: On The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
Do 'what we do' and 'how we do' on New Year's Day set the tone for the whole year? What's your thought? The more conscious I become on what I think, what I do and how I spend time in every passing year, it seems the more I tend to think and act consciously. After … Continue reading Essays: On New Year Rituals
"We are at the beginning of a revolution that is fundamentally changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope and complexity, what I consider to be the fourth industrial revolution is unlike anything humankind has experienced before. ... We are witnessing profound shifts across all industries, marked by … Continue reading THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION