Thank You for Being Late 謝謝你遲到了

First 40% , history about the acceleration of technology and globalization. Somewhat fun to read/reflect

10% learning from Mother Nature on how to maintain a “dynamic stability” and be adaptive in the ever-speeding pace of change. My favorite part

10% author’s view on politics (a bit too much)

Last 20%, reflecting on this home town experience in Minnesota about how good communities can play a critical role of nurturing trust and inclusion (a bit too long in my opinion)

“地球是平的”作者的新書,台灣的英文書比美國便宜,然後英文版又比中文便宜 🤓 有一些部份太冗長了,但整體還不錯

我個人最喜歡的一段,講到“動態平衡”是未來生存必備的能力(例如終生學習的習慣),並從大自然取經,如何營造能適應有韌性(resilience)的群體:

(1) Adapt without humiliation
面對陌生領域的衝擊或看見更優秀的勢力(DNA),能取其長處融入自己而非抗拒或惱怒

(2) Embrace diversity
包容多元性

(3) Ownership culture
為自己負責的主人翁心態

(4) Balance between federal and local
整體和小群體的平衡。健康的生態圈通常是由一個個獨立又互依的小生態圈所組成。各自能有一定的生命力

(5) Experimental and entrepreneurial mindset
不斷嘗試(變種/進化/淘汰)

中文版:謝謝你遲到了:一個樂觀主義者在加速時代的繁榮指引
http://www.books.com.tw/products/0010740893

#總而言之別再妄想舒適圈了

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