# 291: Learning like Royal Children

King Abdullah II of Jordan (2012). Our Last Best Chance: A Story of War and Peace, 139.
  • Sports
  • Hunting
  • Agriculture/animals
  • Military
  • Foreign languages/culture
  • Academia
  • Arts
  • Manners
  • Religion and ethics
  • Politics and diplomacy
  • Business
  • Social projects/charity

Why do we assume that leaders in business and other positions of power do not need all this anymore, that they instead need some narrow one-way education that turns them into nerds, even against their will?




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