Here are my notes from reading Crucial Conversations by Kerry Paterson and his co-authors.
A crucial conversation is a discussion with two or more people where there are differing views, high stakes, and strong emotions.
Here is a list of books I would recommend for anyone who would like to get their finances in order and plan for their future. These are short books that I have read and found beneficial. Not necessarily comprehensive, but a selection that has been foundational for me. I would encourage trying out the audiobook versions of some of them, if you don’t have time to sit and read. Links to Wikipedia or Amazon.
Firstly, I encourage any aspiring leader to buy and read Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Laif Babin. The audiobook is read by both authors. The book has incredible storytelling from both authors, coupled with many clear, battle-tested lessons.
The general format in each chapter is a story, a principle, and a business application. Essential concepts of the book include: extreme ownership, check your ego, cover and move, keep it simple, prioritize and execute, decentralized command, plan, lead up and down the chain of command, be decisive, and most importantly, discipline equals freedom. …
Will update this list periodically. Some of these video games were a significant part of my childhood. Others I have enjoyed playing as a teenager or adult. Tons of memories there. This is a great reflection activity that I would recommend to any gamer. 😂
This is a growing list of the best books that I’ve enjoyed using in my data science journey. It’s intended to provide readers a path to potentially learn more about data science. As you can guess, I’ve used some books for reference purposes or have not yet read some cover to cover. They are useful for me to (re)visit in special situations I encounter.
Books are included only if I feel I’ve gained some useful insight or value from reading even a part of the book. Most of these books are easily available online in PDF or ePUB formats, with…
Simple list. Links go to Amazon.
This year’s RStudio conference was free, virtual, and 24 hours long. It was awesome! Here are five personal takeaways from this year’s conference.
The RStudio conference will be free and virtual this year. Thought I would share here since it’s a great opportunity to learn. The conference will be a 24-hour event on January 21, 2021. Sign up while there are still spots.
Visit their website for more info: https://rstudio.com/conference/
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