May 6, 2021
reached an age where we reward people for their deep specialization
of knowledge. Now, we have experts who have become
multi-millionaires from leveraging what they know best. The
downside is how, by being someone whose opinions and insights are
held at a pedestal, it can be so easy to lose other people’s trust
when you admit you’re wrong. Patrick Donohoe explores this topic by
bringing back his conversation with Todd
Langford, the CEO
of Numbers Analytic, Inc. Here, they unpack the idea of the role of
mathematical truths and what it informs us of the constants in a
non-constant world. Dive deep into this brief but insightful
conversation on individual specialization and how the uncertainties
of the future impact what we do.
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