Here is the book that I mention in the podcast:
Sarah Olson is an Entrepreneur and a Mom who found herself in extraordinary circumstances.
After her son had suffered through 15 surgeries in 4 years to deal with a rare medical condition, and after watching him endure pain that would break grown men, she decided to take massive action to find a solution to a problem the medical community had not been able to crack.
With no background or experience, she did it, and her invention is going to change countless lives. Here story will challenge you, educate you, and inspire you.
You might think that the greatest political, cultural, economic shock of our lifetimes, right here in the USA, would unleash a torrent of salient and incisive commentary. There’s been some good, some confused, some angry. But mostly what I’ve seen is a kind of mouth-open shocked.
What was once regarded as expertise lies in ruins.Here’s the problem: all the experts were wrong. I’m in the same boat as almost everyone else. We followed the cues we had – polls, betting odds, our own intuitions – but they were all misleading, and everyone underestimated the vulnerability of the status quo. Admitting this takes humility – vast oceans of it. It challenges us to throw away what we thought we knew and consider a new way of thinking.