As relatively new father I think I alot about what I want to teach my daughter. Below quote really struck a cord.
To me, raising kids to feel pressure and fear so they can be COMPETITORS is bullshit. Life is not a competition. It’s a gigantic collaboration, and the world welcomes and rewards people who see it that way.
Indeed when it comes to human interactions: 1+1 ≠ 2
Key lesson learned: stored information should be reviewed regularly. Otherwise, it stays in a frozen state.
Good reminder for those collecting and saving information.
How to Maximize Your Focus and Master Your Priorities](http://jamesclear.com/buffett-focus) via James Clear.
If I’m going to spend time learning something, I want it to be as timeless as possible.**
If you want to learn something that’s been proven useful, that’s been tested for dozens of years classic books are best source of knowledge.
Some list of classic books to pick from:
[The 100 greatest non-fiction books] (https://www.theguardian.com/books/2011/jun/14/100-greatest-non-fiction-books)