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If Tinkered Thinking exists long enough, it'll be a beautiful day when there is no longer a need to recommend this book. Alas, the way things look, that won't happen.
The mechanics of stress are complicated and subtle. Many claims and conversations about wealth, class, health, poverty and well being are infantile as a result of not being informed by Sapolsky's work.
So many conversations today would be far more productive if this book could fully inform everyone talking.
James Clear picks up where Charles Duhigg left off with an accessible analysis of how habits form, work and change.
Marcus Aurelius and the stoics show us how to remove the emotional fat from our thinking. Incredibly useful, even 2,000 years later.
Tinkered Thinking couldn't possibly be an experiment in the 4-hour work week... because it requires hours everyday to produce.
The structure of the Hero's story can provide a starting point for figuring out which direction might be good in life.
Picking up where Jared Diamond was a little vague, 1491 is incisvely detailed and a magnificent read.