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This article by Morgan Housel might be the best one he has ever written, in which he differentiates between intelligence and smartness:
- In his view, intelligence (Intelligent) is a hard skill, such as having a good memory, logical thinking, and so on.
- Smartness (smart), on the other hand, is a soft skill, such as empathy, communication, and the like.
- The former can be easily taught, while the latter is hard to teach, so the latter often requires more self-exploration.
- Many times, our differing perceptions are shaped by our experiences, so instead of debating, it's better to retain these differences in opinion and attempt to collaborate.
- Being kind to others can also be a very selfish act, because you never know when you might rely on others.
- Many views are interrelated, so they can be guessed. For example, your stance on abortion could generally predict your attitude towards immigration.
- If someone agrees with every opinion of yours, proceed with caution; if someone disagrees with every opinion of yours, be even more cautious.
- All good investors can write excellent articles, such as Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, and Morgan himself.
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Morgan Housel 的这篇文章可能是他写过最好的文章了，他在其中区分了智慧和聪明的区别：
- 在他看来，智慧 (Intelligent) 是硬技能，比如记忆好，有逻辑等等；
- 而聪明 (smart) 是软技能，比如同情他人，沟通等等；
- 很多观点是相互关联的 ，所以这些都可以被猜到。比如从你对于堕胎的态度，大致就能推测你对移民的态度。
- 所有好的投资人都能写的一手好文章，比如巴菲特，比如芒格，比如 Morgan 自己。