At some point in your life, you’ve probably heard about the concept of Occam’s Razor, which states that when you have multiple competing hypotheses, you should take the one that makes the fewest assumptions because generally speaking, the simplest answer is the one that’s most likely to be correct.
But Occam’s Razor isn’t the only mental razor you should keep up in your brain toolbox. There’s another one called Hanlon’s Razor. This one deals with the intentions of other people.
Hanlon’s Razor states that you should never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.
And while this is kind of a tongue in cheek concept, I also think there is a lot of truth to it, and I’ve tried really hard to integrate it into my own mindset on a day to day basis. …
The world of work is constantly changing. 65 percent of children entering primary school today will be doing new jobs that don’t yet exist. Technologies that haven’t yet been invented will solve problems that aren’t even problems yet.
You are part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Technology is changing quickly… It affects most things you do in life and will impact how you work in the future.
What you think is modern and technologically advanced now might look old and slow in five to ten years' time.
Think about how the iPhone has changed over the last ten years…
So just imagine what the future of mobile technology could…
Long ago, humans realized that living things are made of cells. Moving, replicating, blobs of water, which, when arranged just right, produce a bigger blob that moves, and replicates, and makes YouTube videos.
And then a biologist boarded a boat called the Beagle to better understand the beaks of birds. He noticed that islands rich with seeds were home to short-beaked birds, And where fish were far and wide, so too were beaks.
And since birds don’t change beaks like humans and hats, he had discovered natural selection. …