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On that subject, I love to read. Maybe you do to? Here are a couple books I’ve given most as gifts and why:
I share Christopher Alexander’s, A Pattern Language with people who say, “I wish I went to architecture school” or “I wish I understood more about design”. This book is the ultimate introduction to learning architectural principles.
Sebastian Junger’s, Tribe helped me connect some of the dots from my life experiances with teams and culture. There’s also great perspective on how there’s a socking lack of community in modern society.
Tyler Cowen’s, Average is Over opened my mind to the concept of how the labor market will shift over the coming decades and how important it is to learn how to learn. Specifically, learning how to work with machines.