Weekly Reflection: Week One Hundred Fifty-Eight

This is my one-hundred-fifty-eighth weekly reflection. Here are my takeaways from this week:

  • Knowledge – Knowledge is power. If you understand complex dynamics, you can make informed decisions and take appropriate action. But obtaining knowledge isn’t easy. You shouldn’t expect people who have it to give it to you freely. It took them lots of time and energy to acquire it or to arrive at the insights that preceded it. If you want to acquire knowledge, be ready to put in time and effort.
  • The frequency of little things – I just started reading a new book about relationships. The most important thing the author says is that the frequency of little things matters a lot—it sets the tone in a relationship.
  • History – I’ve been digging into financial markets’ past to better understand the present. History may not repeat itself, but it appears to be rhyming.

Week one hundred fifty-eight was a productive one. Looking forward to next week!