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    fs.blog | 5/15/13 | 7 min
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    • chrissetiana
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      1 week ago

      It’s not just the quantity, it’s also the quality of what you’re reading. And that part about explaining what you know to someone else is so true. Even if it’s a rubber duck you’re explaining to, it works. You teach and you learn.

    • Fjcastell2 weeks ago

      Muy interesante para quienes tienen como hábito la lectura...

    • deephdave
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      2 weeks ago

      “Neither Warren nor I is smart enough to make the decisions with no time to think,” Munger once told a reporter. “We make actual decisions very rapidly, but that’s because we’ve spent so much time preparing ourselves by quietly sitting and reading and thinking.”

      In the short term, you’re better off with the dopamine-laced rush of email and Twitter while multitasking. In the long term, the investment in learning something new and improving yourself goes further.