Your turn: What's your one skill everyone should have?
Thanks Jason! I can recommend three books. At the time I read them I found them remarkable, because they discuss different ways to understand the origin of problems (or events).
Those a not really secret hints. All three books have been popular on some bestseller lists.
All of them were useful to challenge and adapt my own approach to look at problems.
you’re not a big fan of the kitchen, have a few low-effort dishes in your repertoire you feel confident whipping up. Even if it’s just macaroni and cheese, the ability to cook a meal and eat it is a necessary life skill—it’ll save you when your favorite takeout restaurant is closed for a holiday, there’s no time to go to the store, or in the midst of a global pandemic