Understanding how the world works is crucial for anyone who wishes to gain more from life. We act on what we know and the more we know, the better the actions we can take.
Having extensive knowledge also helps uncloud our judgment towards different situations.
My mind never rests until I fully understand why and how a situation came to be, and what can be done to overcome it.
Every day, I spend 1-2 hours reading up content from the likes of The Economist, New York Times, National Interest, and other quality content producers to understand what is going on in the world.
I read the news from multiple sources to get an unbiased view of what is happening and try to figure out what it means for future scenarios.
How on Earth did Zimbabwe’s currency become more worthless than toilet paper? How is the United States Government structure organized? Are environmental-friendly laws capable of sustaining long-term economic growth?
Topics like these spark my interest and I genuinely enjoy presenting a report based on cold-hard facts that could not be farther away from emotional biases.