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- Man’s Search for Meaning, Frankl, Viktor E
- The Lessons of History, Durant, Will
- The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Franklin, Benjamin
- Mastering Bitcoin, Antonopoulos, Andreas M.
- Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly
- Total Recall, Schwarzenegger, Arnold
- Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing. ~Benjamin Franklin
- Men must be taught as if you taught them not, And things unknown propos’d as things forgot. Alexander Pope, An Essay On Criticism.
- So the conservative who resists change is as valuable as the radical who proposes it -perhaps as much more valuable as roots are more vital than grafts. ~Will Durant, The Lessons of History
- Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply. ~Stephen R. Covey
- I listen to everybody, but most of the time I learn not to do. ~Abraham Lincoln
- Only the man who is below the average in economic ability desires equality; those who are conscious of superior ability desire freedom. ~Will Durant, The Lessons of History
- It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. ~Leon C. Megginson
- History reports that the men who can manage men manage the men who can manage only things, and the men who can manage money manage all. ~Will Durant, The Lessons of History
- It is unit tests that keep our code flexible, maintainable, and reusable. The reason is simple. If you have tests, you do not fear making changes to the code! Without tests every change is a possible bug. ~Robert C. Martin, Clean Code.
- You only learn from mistakes, that’s the law of nature, but there is no rule that they have to be yours.
- Activity and reflection should ideally complement and support each other. Action by itself is blind, reflection impotent. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow
- As long as there is poverty, there will be gods. ~Will Durant, The Lessons of History
- A lecture has been well described as the process whereby the notes of the teacher become the notes of the student without passing through the mind of either. ~Mortimer J. Adler, How to Read a Book
- If you ask a living teacher a question, he will probably answer you. If you are puzzled by what he says, you can save yourself the trouble of thinking by asking him what he means. If, however, you ask a book a question, you must answer it yourself. In this respect a book is like nature or the world. When you question it, it answers you only to the extent that you do the work of thinking an analysis yourself. ~Mortimer J. Adler, How to Read a Book.