Welcome to Atlas Geographica, my online home.
I have a question… What is your worldview?
Mine is changing all the time. I think the way I see the world falls outside of the mainstream and often teeters into realms less explored.
Atlas Geographica is where I document my changing worldview over time. It all started in 2020 with Nassim Taleb shattering my misguided faith in systems only to then continue when Carl Jung dropped in to completely shift the way I think about myself.
I expect to be faced with many more forks (and u-turns) in the road along the way and you cant trust that they will be documented here!
Curious Worldview Newsletter
A Curious Worldview is a lens which will filter you through all the chaotic noise to reveal some of the best ideas, people, writing, podcasts and music that make its way through.
The Newsletter is a way for me to have a direct relationship with you… my dear reader.
It is free and extremely uninvasive (I mean, it’s one email a month) so give it a bloody go!
Every month I write a short, popular email which highlights the biggest insights I’ve distilled through all the noise of the previous month. This includes extremely cool ideas, exceptional companies, massive stories that weren’t given attention, the music that defined that month plus of course the best-written content I came across.
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Atlas Geographica Articles
- Most Popular Articles
- Mental Models That Dictate Your Life
- An Introduction To Nassim Taleb & The Incerto (these ideas are some of the most influential I have ever come across)
- An Introduction To Carl Jung & Jungian Concepts (Carl Jung is one of the most exceptional thinkers of history)
- Journal (a random collection of brief essays)
- Everything Else (all articles sorted by most recent + if you are looking for something specific use the search tool in the menu)
If you have read this far, thank you so much! You are a legend 🙂
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The best way to stay in touch with new articles as they are released as well as insight into interest things that spark my curiosity is by subscribing here to the monthly newsletter I send out.
Subscribing to the Atlas Newsletter is, of course, free, and always will be. I won’t thrash plugs and promotions in this direct communication with you.
Think of the newsletter as your personal filtration system that once a month endures and battles through the noise of the internet to come out on the other side with some cool insights and curiosities that don’t see as much light of day as they deserve.
This typically includes at least a brief mention of music, film, sport, or business + a quality essay or article and then finally, if I do my job right also a specific podcast episode that left an impression on me.
Other Business & Entertainment Ventures
Atlas Geographica also serves as the landing page for my other ventures.