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Shane Parrish is the founder, curator and wisdom seeker behind Farnam Street (www.fs.blog).

What started as a personal, anonymous blog where Shane could explore what others have discovered about decision making, purposeful living, and how the world works, quickly blossomed into one of the fastest-growing websites in the world.

With over 250,000 subscribers, consistently sold-out workshops and over 10 million podcast downloads, Farnam Street has become the go-to resource that CEOs, athletes, professional coaches and entrepreneurs rely on to find a signal in a world of noise.

Shane's work has been featured in nearly every major publication, including the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, and Forbes.
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Lessons on Leadership: Michael Abrashoff on Turning the Worst Ship in the Navy into the Best

Michael Abrashoff was in his mid-thirties when he took command of the USS Benfold, a guided missile destroyer and one of the worst-performing ships in the navy. Despite her potency, the “dysfunctional ship had a sullen crew that resented being there and could not wait to get out of the Navy.” By the time he left, less than three years later, Benfold had become the highest-performing ship and reten

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“You get paid linearly for analyzing and solving problems. You get paid non-linearly for spotting and siezing opportunities.”
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“You don’t have to solve problems for others. You can let them be uncomfortable.”
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“You can’t improve if you don’t know what you’re doing wrong.”
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