About the Book
In this book, you’ll find a collection of habits on how to:
- Invest in your personal and professional growth, and
understand the value of those investments.
Palantir co-founder Stephen Cohen said in a Stanford lecture, “When you
recognize that intelligence is compounding, the cost of that missing long-term
compounding is enormous.” The sooner you build a mental model of your growth, the more your
learning – like interest – will compound in the years to come.
- Prioritize what you need to get done, and focus on what actually matters.
Time is your most limited and critical resource. At some point in your career,
you’ll realize that there’s more work to be done than time available, or you’ll
wish that you could get more done in less time. Learn what metric to use to
prioritize your work.
- Apply powerful lessons from behavioral psychology and the science of
motivation to your work. Read stories, backed by research, about ways to create flow, build
autonomy, and increase productivity for yourself, your team, and your
- And more.