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Thanks Roger. I sure identified with your experien...

2007-08-16T12:55:00.000-06:00

Thanks Roger. I sure identified with your experience of taking the book in small gulps. Taleb sure goes outside the box of conventional stories. I had always considered Finance and Economics sacrosanct while I was an apostate for conventional B school courses in leadership, strategy and management. Now I know nothing is sacred :-)

"getting outside our stories" Hmmm That gives me an idea for another post someday soon!



I'm glad you enjoyed the "Black Swan." I especiall...

2007-08-16T09:09:00.000-06:00

I'm glad you enjoyed the "Black Swan." I especially like your last paragraph.

One of my biggest take-aways from TBS was that our narratives are fine for helping us to make sense of out the world, but that they can easily imprison our thinking if we don't try to get outside of them. That's easier said than done.