⫹⫺ Thinking Like a Polymath
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Hello my friends,
This week, if you want to invest in yourself:
Read this newsletter ✔️
Listen to Balaji Srinivasan on The Tim Ferris Podcast. ✔️
Every so often I discover a piece of writing or media that completely restructures the way I view the future; Balaji’s conversation with Tim is one of them.
3.5+ hours of polymathic thinking on wealth, work, and personal sovereignty; it’s a lengthy but highly accessible dialogue. Skip scrolling social media and give it a listen.
If we connected on the internet this week it was a pleasure. I truly appreciate every message, follow, and click.
Let’s get into it,
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A deep explanation of how Crypto and the Metaverse will lead to decentralized finance, an open creator economy, and sovereign individuals.
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Whether it’s in the office or on the field, deliberate practice is the key to being the best. A comprehensive guide.
I’ve been experimenting with intermittent fasting and found myself feeling happier and operating with elevated clarity. Nutrition expert Cynthia Thurlow breaks down the benefits and how to start yourself.
If you’re implementing a new process keep in mind that The Map is Not the Territory. A lesson on perception vs. reality.
Out of Office
“Read 500 pages (like this) every day,” — Warren Buffet
Reading is the ultimate cheat code and I’ve tried many different techniques to make it as low friction as possible.
Buying an Amazon Kindle was a real breakthrough. Aside from being easy to travel with, it satiates my digital dependence without the distraction of a web browser.