Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio (5/40)

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The Principles exemplifies Arianna Huffington’s motto: Life-long learning is probably the greatest skill by challenging the reader to evaluate accurately, not kindly by having honest, transparent conversations, in work and life, one can learn from mistakes and turn weaknesses into strengths. 

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Written by Taegan Lion

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  1. Dalio’s advice in this piece seemed largely superficial and non-actionable for most people… perhaps worth reading for some though.

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