- My 25 preferred information sources to manage my 21 pillars of wealth
- All my book (+podcasts etc.) recommendations in one place
- 100 book tips
- including How An Economy Grows by Peter Schiff and Post-Human by David Simpson
- How to win friends and influence your boss and clients
- Turning facts into wisdom; effective information management
- Distilled wisdom: 16 useful quotes
- The covfefe choice between time and money
- Fuck “wrap it up at 50” – always start living, never stop
- Commitment issues; how to turn long-term into short-terms
- Everything is awesome, and getting better by the day. Dare appreciate the progress, instead of dreaming of days yore
- How to influence people
- Letting them win (the battle, not the war); letting go, admitting error
- 8 easy everyday tips and tricks for increased health and happiness
- How to foster creativity
- What do you really want? Why? When nobody’s watching…
- Know yourself
- Goofle, fool around, try stuff, break things while you still have the time to heal
- Try a lot of different stuff to find yourself
- Don’t Fear Failing
- Think like a child
- How to be happy
- Review of 2016, preview of 2017
- Review of 2015, preview of 2016
- TAOS: My framework for investing
- Investing 101
- Build a professional investment portfolio
- The true fundamentals of investing and how the Fed fools you
- You don’t have to short the market, but what do you do…
- Buy gold?
- My current portfolio (June 2017)
- Embrace deflation, don’t fear it
- What kind of trader or investor are you?
- Ten signs you are a market newbie.
- How to value stocks (unfortunately unintentionally retardedly colorful…)
- How to use macro research for stock investments
- The Bull case, and more: What if things go wrong before they go right?
- Learning how to learn – what’s deeply wrong with school
- Avoiding death by automation, through Deep Work
- Avoid the Dutch disease, don’t become complacent
- Why leverage and automation together spell the death of jobs
- How to write a résumé/CV and perform on the interview
- How to strike it big in finance (and why you shouldn’t)
- Getting a job. Acquire skills, not an education.
- I suggest learning how to code (try it, then leave it if you don’t like it).
- Start a blockchain consultancy
- How to get a meaningful job, practical step by step guide
- Improving robotics engineering, and finding the perfect job in Big 5 Technologies
- Lifting weights 101
- My best habits
- Just One Breath meditation
- Cure your restless legs
- Don’t wash your face, I haven’t since October 2014
- Don’t forget to drink Omega3 Oil from ArcticMed every day (affiliate link)
- Plan for sleep all day long
- The case for retox (hair of the dog) and other healthy habits
- Get far by telling yourself you’re only going to do just one more; start small and early wu wei
- When procrastination is legit
- Buy things for you not strangers
- The short and long term dichotomy
- The long, winding, narrow road of science vs. the God shortcut
- Finding your number one priority, and executing on it
- There is only ONE priority at a time
- Artificial Intelligence
- The consequences of free energy and the resulting abundance
- Predicting the future one small step at a time
- The complete Structured Archives of all my blog posts
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Shut up and take my money!
Your money is no good here. You have to provide VALUE.
Do you provide coaching or mentoring services for the aspiring millionaire? I would be very interested and any of these services to learn how to get to your level. Thank you.
Not as in pay-per-view, but you’re free to email me any questions you might have and I’ll answer as best I can
Hey man, this is a really cool blog. You are helping others by providing insights about what is really going on in real life.
Do you have any plan to transfer your old posts in “alwaysbebrucewayne” blog in this new blog?
Because i used to read your blog everytime as a reference.
btw, I work in an IT industry (Developer), Actually I came from third world country, then read a lot of blogs, work my ass off and find a work in First world country. Manage to accelerate my income 4x fold. (tips from wallstreet playboys)
Im currently 24, just starting my career.
Please keep on writing.
You are like the Father of Wallstreet Playboys.
Good to hear about your career and taking positive action. Well done!
I don’t have any plans for transferring my old articles, but I’ll probably link to my own articles every now and then, as well as write on the same topics again.
Would have made more sense for me to have sent this to you by email but I couldn’t find it on the page.
I was reading a book Thinking Fast and Slow. You might have read it as its about behavioral economics. Something mentioned in there reminded me of what you mentioned about your not having the experience of “time flying” because you were truly living it (or something along those lines). In case you haven’t read the book heres a TED talk about it:
My question is do you not think that it the nature of the “remembering self” vs. the “experiencing self” that might have something to do with your perception of time vs. that of others?
Hi, my e-mail is included in every post update that I send out over e-mail, but perhaps you use Feedly instead?
Anyway, it’s email@example.com
Yes, I’ve read the book and seen the TED talk.
It’s definitely partly a question of remembering self and experiencing self. My life is NOT like a colonoscopy :)
However there is more to the story. Remember that Kahneman’s findings are quite dated. I had already read more or less everything in his book while I was in business school 1990-94… Today the field of brain plasticity and the importance of novelty for brain health as well as life quality has exploded in just the last 5-10 years.
Typically, when people get older they experience less new things (the walk the same streets, see the same people etc) and thus the brain doesn’t need to create new circuits. This causes unnecessarily premature dementia as well as less “milestones”. The more milestones the fuller and slower the life feels, but old people tend to experience fewer and fewer milestones and thus feel their lives rush by.
Actually, the last sentence is what I was asking about. In other words does your “remembering self” remember a lot more milestones because of all the varied thrilling experiences you’ve had in a year, which are the “moments” you remember it by?
So are you perhaps subconsciously comparing the number of such moments last year vs. how many you had in youth, and a year feels like a lot more? Whereas this isn’t the case with other men of the same age?
That’s exactly what I think is going on here, which also fits with plasticity research and Kahneman’s findings.
All the way from Singapore. :)
Thanks. Glad to have you here, and I hope I won’t disappoint going forward.
Noticed you had no content on your blog Marcus, when is it coming? :)
Do you know of a US distributor of ArticMed? I looked around with no luck. Thanks.
What even is justification?
Is anything justified in the world, or is the world just a habitat and we are animals like our relatives the chimps. When entropy rises too much and some disaster occurs such as a terrorist attack or a nuclear explosion which whom all defy productivity but aren’t they the product of short term attempted gain, exactly no?
I would argue yes because USA funded Al Qaeda, they wanted total dominance, you have to win before the others to make sure you can cheat later on right. So terrorism spans as a direct result from conflicts because of entropy that rose.
Herbivores are not cannibalistic but wait, if there is only one patch of grass and two buck, the last to eat is the one whom will not eat at all because the first buck will have the energy to roam more while the last has no more energy.
I have so many Ideas on my blog that I am throwing around Mikael, I’m at Bocconi maybe you have heard about it? Could you take a look.