21 Lessons For The 21rst Century Pt. 1 Review - Why Protecting Our Data Is So Important

The premise of this review is built from Part 1 of 21 Lessons for the 21rst Century, The Technological Challenge. Specifically, the 2nd through 4th chapters on Work, Liberty, and Equality) My thesis is personal data protection should be a human right. At this point, we should all be actively exploring ways of at the very least protecting, if not claiming full ownership of our data.

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Naval Ravikant How To Get Rich - Summary

Individual wealth is equal to how singularly accountable you are for an outcome, times,how often your judgement is correct, times, the distinctiveness of your specific knowledge, times,how much society values your outcome, compounded by your level of persistence in improvement.

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The Feynman Technique - Teaching Simply, From The Man Who Built The Atomic Bomb

For context, Richard Feynman was one of the great physicists of the twentieth century and actually won the Nobel Prize in physics (1965) for his work in quantum electrodynamics.He was also one of about 30 physicists, including Robert Oppenheimer, who worked on the Manhattan project.

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Andrew Carnegie’s 17 Principles of Success

STOP what you’re doing and LISTEN to Andrew Carnegie’s interview with Napolean Hill. One principle at a time .. Andrew Carnegie .. SPELLS OUT SUCCESS .. spells it out.There remains not a shadow of a doubt, not a question left unanswered. Put all the principles into action and you will achieve your desired level of success as sure as the sun will rise and the stars will shine.

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Lessons on Leadership from 3 Great Statesmen

Arista, percolator, cream, aromatic, fair trade, breve body instant lungo blue mountain cappuccino. Americano aroma mug espresso latte crema milk redeye acerbic. Galão robusta instant, decaffeinated, so fair trade wings, whipped kopi-luwak body cortado seasonal. Mug roast, café au lait affogato lungo viennese decaffeinated. Cultivar, redeye brewed seasonal, java as french press et sweet cup mazagran.

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In an Elevator with a VC: Putting Oren Klaff’s Pitching Methods To Work

This post is an explanation of a practical use case, elevator pitch, for frame control (first introduced by Oren Klaff in Pitch Anything), why it works and how you can use it in your own life whether you’re a professional salesperson or just want to make good impressions in front of important people.

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Hack Your Flow State Pt. 1 - How to Tap Into the Natural Form of Cocaine

A look at what hacking your flow state is, how I was able to reverse engineer it and how you can too.. inspired by Stephen Kotler’s book The Rise of Superman.

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What if the Path to Mastery Didnt Have to Be 10,000 Hours?

I used to think that the easiest path to success would be becoming a bodybuilder. There wouldn’t be anything to ‘figure out’. No tough problems to solve, no product market fit or customer complaints. You spend more hours in the gym then everyone else = you win.

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Evolve Your Brain and Become Supernatural with Dr. Joe Dispenza

For 23 year old Joe, he escaped with 6 broken vertebrae, a 60% compressed t6 and the start of a brand new life.Up until that point Joe Dispenza had rocketed himself to success. He was living his dream with his own Chiropractic office near the beach in California and a shiny new BMW parked in his own stall.It’s this background in alternative medicine that makes this story so interesting.

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The Results Paradox – Is It Right To Focus On Anything Else?

Today I was unexpectedly reminded of my sixth-grade report card.Someone mentioned how proud of their kids they were to be getting straight A’s.They explained how their approach of paying for grades was their best decision yet and that everyone should offer rewards for “success”.If you’re like me you were thinking, “wouldn’t that be nice!”

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A Lesson in Communicating from Ray Dalio & the Bridgewater Principles.

Ray Dalio is the Founder of Bridgewater Associates, a Hedge Fund with $160B under management. Communicating is like swimming.Almost anyone can keep themselves afloat for a few seconds.Just like swimming there’s a big difference in how someone with a lot of practice and coaching communicates.

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Semper Virilis Review: A Roadmap to Manhood in the 21st Century

The literal translation from the latin term ‘Semper Virilis” to english is ‘always manly’. It’s sad the phrase “Be a Man” gets thrown around so much.Even though the definition is so ambiguous it’s usually used as positive encouragement for young boys. It wouldn’t be a big deal except with the current interpretation you’re instilling the idea that to be a man you should never complain, act scared or show remorse.

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How To Break Bad Habits

I think we all have periods of discontentment, especially in situations where someone has things that you don’t. Maybe you’re already good at being content but I think it’s something we all slip up at from time to time and is a great practice of mindfulness if nothing else.

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10 Ways We're Wrong About The World - A Summary of Factfulness by Hans Rosling

This is a summary of the book Factfullness by Hans, Ola and Anna Rosling.

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