Philosophy comes from the Greek roots philo- meaning “love” and -sophos, or “wisdom.” When someone studies philosophy they want to understand how and why people do certain things and how to live a good life. In other words, they want to know the meaning of life.

Wisdom as “the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting.” Knowledge, on the other hand, is “information gained through experience, reasoning, or acquaintance.”

Knowledge can exist without wisdom, but not the other way around. One can be knowledgeable without being wise. Knowledge is knowing how to use a gun; wisdom is knowing when to use it and when to keep it holstered.

  • Knowledge on its own is worthless, it takes wisdom to know when to apply it to add value.
  • Focus on first principles, then the opportunity for application is vast.
  • Ask thoughtful questions
  • Create a strategy for continuous team orientated learning
  • The best way to learn is to teach


  • The meta of the matter is the key to unlocking infinite value


  • Take it all in


  1. Recognise system one
  2. Have good fast actions planned


  • Seek the truth


  • What worked, what didn’t?

The greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor Aristotle

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