Tag: meaning

Is Every Day A Financial Planning Day?


Most days are boring from a financial planning point of view.

You Cannot Prove You’re Right


You can prove something false, and that is a useful condition. I watched a short video of Richard Feynman explaining the scientific method. It is similar to how financial planning works. In science, it begins with a guess, moves to the observable implications of… Continue Reading “You Cannot Prove You’re Right”

Be Careful What You Believe


Wrong information is more harmful than knowing nothing

Old Truth Is Nonetheless Still Truth


Sounds good, feels good, and should work are not substitutes for does work.

Simple Wrong Answers Hurt Us


Right answers take time to evolve. Free markets make that more likely.

Multiple Viewing Points Often Add Value


Direct attention is often counterproductive

When Planning Works Best


You will end up somewhere. It might as well be somewhere you want.

The Ages of Reason


Why not try to be creative?

Understanding Causes and How You Connect


Know yourself before attempting to chnage the world.

In Society Order Is Better Than Chaos


For millenia society has self-organized and that grew prosperity. Beware of chaos inducing activities.

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