Supported by Greenhaven Road Capital, finding value off the beaten path.
An audio post (per your requests) about the book Factfullness. In this episode, we’ll look at the numbers (from A or Z to A to Z), the world (it changes), and the brain (it’s fast). I’ll also suggest some solutions like getting distance, asking ‘What’s cheaper than a helicopter?’, and the advantages of travel.
Hans Rosling’s is a nice contribution to the literature of books like A Field Guide to Lies, The Half-Life of Facts, How to Lie with Statistics, and How Not to Be Wrong. What makes Rosling’s book different (and excellent) is the gusto. It’s a book written by calloused hands. The words on the page are the same that he spoke in Davos. The thoughts are important and the thinking is too.