What Nature Can Teach Us About Decision-Making

In his book The Smart Swarm, published by Penguin in 2010, National Geographic reporter Peter Miller uses the natural world—ants, bees, termites, birds—to examine the ancient practice of swarming. The book reveals not just the science of swarms, but what humans can learn from our smaller, earthly neighbors.

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This article originally appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of SUCCESS magazine.


Michael Graff is the editor-in-chief of Charlotte Agenda. His work has appeared in publications around the country, and he's been a notable selection in Best American Essays and Best American Sports Writing. Reach him at [email protected].

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