Category: Personal Growth

Five Links for July


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Every month I try to share the most mind-expanding links to read/watch/listen. If you find these interesting, please do share with your friends. Here are five links worth reading… The Current ThingWhy is everyone up in arms about something new every month? Due to mimetic desire, social psychology, and social media, the mainstream converges to […]

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Five Links for July


This post is by auren from Summation by Auren Hoffman


Every month I try to share the most mind-expanding links to read/watch/listen. If you find these interesting, please do share with your friends. Here are five links worth reading… The Current ThingWhy is everyone up in arms about something new every month? Due to mimetic desire, social psychology, and social media, the mainstream converges to […]

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Five Links for April


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Every month I try to share the most mind-expanding links to read/watch/listen. If you find these interesting, please do share with your friends. Here are five links worth reading… It’s our moral obligation to make data more accessibleThe deep truths of humanity are at our fingertips. But we remain unwilling as a society to harness […]

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Five Links for March


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Every month I try to share the most mind-expanding links to read/watch/listen. If you find these interesting, please do share with your friends. Here are five links worth reading… The Economics of Data BusinessesA deep dive into what makes data businesses special.  A must read if you enjoyed my DaaS Bible.  HT Abraham Thomas. Listen: Tyler Cowen: […]

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Absolute wealth, relative wealth, taxes, and staying rich


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how to get rich and stay rich Above a certain amount of assets, wealth is extremely relative. The goods that most people consume have fairly fixed prices. Some go up 1-10% per year. Some go down 1-10% per year. The prices of the goods and the basket of those goods are fairly predictable. For most […]

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