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Noahpinion β€’ 34118 implied HN points β€’ 18 Jun 23
  1. Rabbits make great pets because they are low maintenance and playful.
  2. Taking care of a pet rabbit can be a rewarding experience, creating a special bond.
  3. It is important to use our strength and power to protect and uplift those who are weaker, promoting a more equal and gentle world.
The Martyr Made Substack β€’ 2044 implied HN points β€’ 16 Jan 24
  1. People in different eras have accepted practices that we would find morally abhorrent today.
  2. We should approach historical figures with humility, understanding they made decisions based on their limited information and context.
  3. Slavery was integral to many historical societies, viewed as a necessary part of their social and economic structures.
Becoming Noble β€’ 996 implied HN points β€’ 12 Nov 23
  1. The qualities that define nobility have varied but always involve the concept of the genuinely superior ruling the inferior.
  2. To maintain power, the nobility must embody and be perceived as a manifestation of the Divine Will, holding the Mandate of Heaven.
  3. Incorruptibility is essential for kings to prevent them from becoming tyrants, and for a society to turn away from modern decadence and return to a traditional reality.
Ageling on Agile β€’ 216 implied HN points β€’ 14 Jan 24
  1. The role of a product manager is different from roles like project manager, engineer, or business analyst.
  2. Newly promoted product managers should avoid the Dunning-Kruger effect by continuously learning and challenging themselves.
  3. Recognizing the Peter Principle is essential - not everyone is suited to be a product manager, and self-awareness is key.
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72 Degrees North β€’ 58 implied HN points β€’ 31 Jan 24
  1. There may not be people who inherently have a problem with authority, it could be a construct created by workplace environments.
  2. Disobeying authority doesn't necessarily stem from resistance to orders, but could be rooted in impatience, arrogance, or ego.
  3. Corporate hierarchy and authority can sometimes be arbitrary and driven by societal norms rather than individual merit or charisma.
72 Degrees North β€’ 78 implied HN points β€’ 31 Dec 23
  1. Nature has elements of competition and aggression that are seen as characteristics of a Jaeger bird in the animal kingdom.
  2. Mental health issues like depression can affect anyone and are not just for the 'mentally ill', but can be worsened by societal pressures like burnout.
  3. Corporate structures often promote a culture of competition to suffer rather than competition to excel, leading to negative impacts on employees' well-being and favoring those with psychopathic traits.
The Pedestrian β€’ 353 implied HN points β€’ 24 May 23
  1. The author works as an administrative assistant at a council and has developed different relationships with colleagues based on their positions.
  2. The author faced ingratitude from the cleaning staff despite going out of their way to be friendly and helpful.
  3. Realizing the cleaning staff might be intentionally negligent, the author reported safety violations which led to positive changes in their behavior.
Earthly Fortunes β€’ 176 implied HN points β€’ 20 May 23
  1. In the past, power shifted from the church to civil services during the Industrial and French Revolutions.
  2. Napoleon revolutionized modern warfare and governance by implementing structured hierarchies, rules, and specialist roles.
  3. Software companies today mirror bureaucratic structures with defined hierarchies, rules, and organizational processes.
Klement on Investing β€’ 3 implied HN points β€’ 11 Mar 24
  1. Collective intelligence of a team is more important than individual intelligence, and factors like emotional intelligence, team speaking behavior, and gender composition can enhance collective intelligence.
  2. Research suggests that team success hinges on 'collective attention,' wherein team members focus on shared goals rather than individual objectives, highlighting the significance of synchronized team efforts and equal contribution in meetings.
  3. Clear hierarchies in teams lead to higher levels of collective intelligence compared to flat hierarchies, as hierarchies reduce the need for constant status assertion and competition among team members, fostering better teamwork.
The Upheaval β€’ 6 HN points β€’ 15 Jan 24
  1. The concept of Right-Wing Progressives challenges traditional political labels and emphasizes a focus on progress and innovation.
  2. Right-Wing Progressives value hierarchy and prioritize progress above all else, often advocating for state intervention for the sake of progress.
  3. The beliefs of Right-Wing Progressives are grounded in rationalism and consequentialism, leading to a philosophy that aims to maximize progress through technological advancement and societal transformation.