I read The Black Swan at least once a year to remind me of the value of spending time on things that feel interesting to me. I tend to get bogged down in my need to do list and forget to spend time experimenting. The book inspires me to pursue ideas with trial and error, without worrying about having a fleshed out plan in mind or worrying about the trials failing. Most of the ideas will fail, but all of the good ideas also come from this process what Taleb calls convex tinkering.
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