Expiring vs. Long-Term Knowledge
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Whether it's the questions startup companies ask in meetings, or the quarterly earnings of a company, short-term, expiring knowledge has very little context if not paired with long-term knowledge.
If you intake more long-term knowledge by reading good books, you can be a better judge of which expiring knowledge to absorb and which to reject.
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