Shane Parrish

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Shane Parrish is a popular podcast host, author, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of the popular blog Farnam Street and the host of the popular podcast The Knowledge Project.

Shane was born and raised in Canada and has always had a passion for learning and understanding the world around him. He has an undergraduate degree in psychology and a master's degree in finance from McGill University.

Shane started his journey into the world of business when he joined the Royal Bank of Canada in 2008. However, after two years of working in the financial industry, he decided to take a different path and quit his job to pursue his passions.

In 2012, Shane founded Farnam Street, a blog and podcast dedicated to helping people learn and understand the world around them and make better decisions. Since then, Farnam Street has become one of the most popular and respected sources of knowledge, with millions of readers and listeners.

In addition to running Farnam Street, Shane hosts the popular podcast The Knowledge Project. This podcast features conversations with leading thinkers, including entrepreneurs, investors, academics, and more. Through these conversations, Shane helps his audience better understand how to think and make decisions more effectively.

Shane has also written several books, including “The Great Mental Models” and “The Great Investment Strategy.” Both books provide valuable insights into the thinking and making decisions more effectively.

Shane's work has been featured in many publications and websites, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and TED. In addition, he is a regular speaker at conferences and events worldwide and has been featured on several podcasts and radio shows.

Shane is passionate about helping others learn, understand the world around them, and make better decisions. He is always looking for new and innovative ways to help people grow and become more successful.

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The Great Mental Models Volume 1