In this week’s Sunday Letters article I’m taking a look at how we can make rational decisions and how sometimes, what we think is rational is actually irrational, and if not irrational, certainly to our disadvantage.
The Artist’s Manifesto
The Artist’s Manifesto is a creative philosophy for life and work. It is your call to return to the passion of your craft, to engage in things primarily for their own sake without need for recognition, applause, or reward. The principle of Purposeful Accident says, when we focus with deliberate but non-attached intent, we experience the favourable outcomes and success we crave. Download your free chapters.
The Podcast For Creative Thinkers
The Larb Podcast is for artists and creative thinkers from writer Larry G. Maguire. Listen to philosophical musings and discussion on art, creativity, life and work going out weekly (and sometimes a bit more) on all major podcast platforms. Topics can be divisive and a challenge to popular opinion at times, so if you have sensitive little earballs or rigid ideas then probably best to steer clear.
How To Solve Problems By Analogy The ability to solve problems is an essential skill for our survival and growth in the fast-paced, moment to moment shifting of modern society. No matter what the domain of expertise or work, challenges present themselves at an ever-increasing rate. And so it should be, for what is a […]
Self Disciplines of Buckminster Fuller In 1927, Buckminster Fuller found himself in financial ruin and personal turmoil. Five years earlier, his first child, Alexandra, has passed away aged four from spinal meningitis. Now his business had failed, leaving him broke with investors, his family and friends who invested in him, at a loss. He drank […]
Sunday Letters has been on the go about 18 months or so and over the 77 odd issues, the format has been pretty much one dimensional and simple: an article. But now it’s time for change. When I started writing again I decided to forget about monetising and just write about things that interested me. […]
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