Lessons that emerged from the work
I’ve started taking note of everything that’s an “F-Yes” for me. I keep notecards on me, someone called them my “middle finger notecards” because they have a certain attitude toward only the things that I truly truly want to do/create/experience. I keep the cards in my
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6 things that stop you from working in flow state, and how you can change them to stay in the zone and create magic.
1 Business is always changing, but people are not. Without understanding this, business success can feel random. Your work-life or business can feel overwhelming. With things changing so fast, how do I adapt? We get confused when a product isn't selling, or why a product is selling, and another one
After all of the money, Charlie Munger and Warren Buffet said that essentially the commodities you could buy were no match for "the ability to find people you really enjoy working with and working with them." I think that says a lot about happiness in general, as well as happiness
A major modern struggle is feeling a gap; between where we are and where we want to go. This gap is often unconscious, and primed from our constant exposure to the lives of others: * With such easy access to see exactly what other people have, and what we don't. * With
"Dopamine itself is not the reward, it is the build-up to the reward". – Andrew Huberman
If I'm not excited or energized, I can't do something. You can call it a flaw, something I need to work through or work on, something I should get past, but I'm not sure I can. And yes, I've read Pressfield's "The War of Art." "Excitement is for amateurs." "You
I'm addicted to macroeconomics. I studied Econ in college, and while I honestly sucked in the classroom, I pay attention to global macro and finance the way that people get into sports teams. While I like being informed at the surface level, the truth is I'm in the stands, not
Sometimes some of our biggest successes are followed by lows. Some of our deepest lows are followed by our greatest peaks. There are two concepts that I find helpful to understand if you find yourself in this ebb and flow between success and burnout. Stuckness and success. "Ceilings" of growth"