What I’m Reading – Week of Oct 6th

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read and watched this week:

  • On The Value of Distraction

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/a-new-theory-of-distraction 

What if, in fact, we’re not very good at being distracted? What if we actually don’t value distraction enough?

  • On Self Doubt

https://stevenpressfield.com/2018/09/self-doubt-is-good/

For every measure of self-doubt we experience consciously, there is an equal and opposite measure of self-belief growing and enlarging itself unconsciously. Our self-doubt is the inverse manifestation of our artistic dream.

The greater the one, the greater the other.”

  • On The Different Types of ‘Smart’

https://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/different-kinds-of-smart/

“The smart way to handle long-term thinking is enjoying what you’re doing day to day enough that the terminal rewards don’t constantly cross your mind.”

  • On The Value of Not Knowing

https://awealthofcommonsense.com/2014/11/value-dont-know/

The way we traditionally conceive of ignorance—as an absence of knowledge—leads us to think of education as its natural antidote. But education can produce illusory confidence.”

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