Theory Vs Practice: Here’s Why Action Is Critical

Theory Vs Practice: Here’s Why Action Is Critical

What’s the difference between theory vs practice? Why is it so important to understand this difference when trying to build antifragile systems? When it comes to theory vs practice, the bottom line is that talk is cheap. Many people have good ideas, or at least know how to sell them. But when there’s no action, it’s meaningless, and just contributes to more fragility. Read more about theory vs practice below.

Rationality vs Intelligence: Making the Right Choices

Rationality vs Intelligence: Making the Right Choices

What is rationality vs intelligence? How can using rationality help build antifragility? When it comes to rationality vs intelligence, rationality leads to better decisions and outcomes. Anyone can become rational if they develop the ability to choose the best option at any given time. Read more about rationality vs intelligence and its relationship to antifragility.

Nassim Nicholas Taleb: Education Is About Growth

Nassim Nicholas Taleb: Education Is About Growth

What was Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s education like? How did he focus his time and how did he develop the idea of antifragility? For Nassim Nicholas Taleb, education was an opportunity to study things that interested him, and learn as much as possible. Through his education, Taleb preferred to spent his energy studying things that interested him. Read more about Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s education below.

The Top 6 Antifragile Book Quotes to Motivate You

The Top 6 Antifragile Book Quotes to Motivate You

Are you looking for Antifragile quotes? How can these quotes help you understand antifragility, and encourage you to build antifragility yourself? Antifragility is all about the idea of growth through struggle. As we go through life, we continuously grow and learn, and can apply our past struggles to our future success. These Antifragile quotes help explain how that works. Keep reading for six motivational Antifragile quotes.

Resilience in Learning: Creating Antifragile Students

Resilience in Learning: Creating Antifragile Students

What is resilience in learning? Why is it so important to develop resilience and antifragility in learning? Resilience in learning has become one of the focal points of how we look at education. It’s important for students to try and fail, get messy, and maintain their curiosity. That’s how they develop antifragile systems for themselves. Read more about resilience in learning and why it matters.

Is It Possible to Build an Antifragile Business?

Is It Possible to Build an Antifragile Business?

Is it possible to build an antifragile business? Why are the stock market and big corporations so naturally fragile? Building an antifragile business is possible, but our economy is currently built on an extremely fragile system—the stock market. Big corporations have no stakes to find better systems when they can just get bailed out by taxpayers. Read more about what it would take to build an antifragile business.

The Problems With Individualism and “Me” Society

The Problems With Individualism and “Me” Society

What are the problems with individualism? How can we overcome this fragile thinking? One of the problems with individualism is that it promotes fragile thinking. When we act as individuals, we’re concerned about ourselves rather than the survival and betterment of everyone. But we can overcome that with empirical thinking. Read more about the problems with individualism below.

Learn From Others’ Mistakes: Errors Are Good

Learn From Others’ Mistakes: Errors Are Good

Can you learn from others’ mistakes? Why is it so important to view errors as investments? Part of building antifragility is being able to make errors and be stronger for them. But you don’t actually have to make all the mistakes yourself. You can learn from others’ mistakes just as easily, and improve upon their strategies. Keep reading to find out how to learn from others’ mistakes.

Resilience in Aging: Why Old Stuff Works Better

Resilience in Aging: Why Old Stuff Works Better

What is resilience in aging? How can aging actually be a good thing, and help develop antifragile systems? Though as a society we’re obsessed with things that are new, older products and objects are often more effective. Antifragility develops over time, and systems—and people too—can actually get stronger as they get older. Read more about resilience with aging and its connection to antifragility.