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Nassim Nicholas Taleb
“I am, at the Fed level, libertarian;
at the state level, Republican;
at the local level, Democrat;
and at the family and friends level, a socialist.
If that saying doesn’t convince you of the fatuousness of left vs. right labels, nothing will.”
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Skin in the game

Pierre Bottero
“Il y a deux réponses à cette question, comme à toute les questions : celle du poète et celle du savant. Laquelle veux-tu en premier ?”
Pierre Bottero, Ellana

“Remember that you are an actor in a play, the character of which is determined by the Playwright: if He wishes the play to be short, it is short; if long, it is long; if He wishes you to play the part of a beggar, remember to act even this role adroitly; and so if your role be that of a cripple, an official, or a layman. For this is your business, to play admirably the role assigned you; but the selection of that role is Another's.”
Arrian Epictetus, Enchiridion: Including the Discourses of Epictetus and Fragments

“Forty hour workweeks are a relic of the Industrial Age. Knowledge workers function like athletes — train and sprint, then rest and reassess.”
Naval Ravikant
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Teresa  Torres
“Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, made this exact argument in his 2015 letter to shareholders,33 where he introduced the idea of Level 1 and Level 2 decisions. He describes a Level 1 decision as one that is hard to reverse, whereas a Level 2 decision is one that is easy to reverse. Bezos argues that we should be slow and cautious when making Level 1 decisions, but that we should move fast and not wait for perfect data when making Level 2 decisions.”
Teresa Torres, Continuous Discovery Habits: Discover Products that Create Customer Value and Business Value

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