When does the end justify the means? This question has been asked for millennia, with the resulting answers rarely perfect in their finite form.
Getting your head around the difference between ethics and morals can be tricky. Often viewed as interchangeable synonyms, ethics and morals are in reality two sides of the same coin.
I’m approximately three-quarters of the way through Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow, and one of the insights that has stuck out to me the most so far is that of the planning fallacy.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results... but it’s a reasonable bet.
People are looking for you to succeed. They are looking for proof that you can be great so they can be great too. The weight on your shoulders is bigger than you think.