Here are a few of the best things we read this week.
I hate networking. The constant back and forth pitching and "What's in it for me?" is exhausting. I do, however, love meeting new people who are doing interesting work. Adam Grant explains how doing great work helps you build a better network than being the hit at a cocktail party.
Spending money on things that increase your happiness is a fundamental rule of good financial planning. Marie Kondo shares some ideas with Outside Magazine on how to ensure that we appreciate our possessions.
Warren Buffett is a master at taking really complex topics and simplifying them in a way that makes you wonder how you've never thought of that before. In this article, Shane Parrish explains Buffett's process for evaluating people.