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Ola Olusoga (Cofundador/Populum)
Like Charlie Munger once said: “I’ve long believed that a certain system - which almost any intelligent person can learn - works way better than the systems most people use [to understand the world]. What you need is a latticework of mental models in your head. And, with that system, things gradually fit together in a way that enhances cognition. Just as multiple factors shape every system, multiple mental models from a variety of disciplines are necessary to understand that system". You can read this book to start building a "latticework of mental models in your head".
Fabrice Grinda (Empreendedor em Série, Investidor)Tenho muitos livros para recomendar, mas eles não estão relacionados à minha carreira. O único que está remotamente relacionado é Zero to One de Peter Thiel. Dito isto, aqui estão os livros que eu recomendaria.
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