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Kahlil Corazo
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Kahlil Corazo 5h
I'll read the book and see what it says
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Kahlil Corazo 5h
Somewhere in time, the past is currently happening.
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Kahlil Corazo 5h
Replying to @kcorazo
Another pod that I thought I should share with you
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Kahlil Corazo 5h
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2/ Artists give us a language that politicians, economists, teachers, and even ourselves could not give. Full podcast
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Kahlil Corazo 5h
Evergreen notes from on art and trauma Art is a language used by artists to process the world. They invite us in that experience. Artists take reality and shape it to create meaning. 1/
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Replying to @msherico @headgeekette
I cannot imagine how it cannot be instant
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Now: the physics of time by muller
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Replying to @moreina
This has taken a talebian turn thanks to Working title: LIFE IS ANTIFRAGILE INFORMATION TRAVELING THROUGH TIME USING THE FRAGILITY OF MATTER (and how viruses fit in this model)
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Similar but easier: analyze your mobile phone bill. 1. analytics to help in behavioral change 2. suggestion on what plan to change to analyze your phone usage 1. analytics to help in behavioral change (this surely must currently exist)
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Replying to @headgeekette
The answer might be here and/or this guy surely knows the answer.
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
Replying to @kcorazo
5/ There are enough examples to show that happy people can also be great artists or entrepreneurs
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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4/ wasting a lot of time being angry and resentful not sleep well, which has a huge impact on your productivity being emotional and impetuous, thus not making the right decisions getting caught in the busy trap - the inability to see clearly and prioritize important work
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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2/ Naval Ravikant says that there is truth to this. "The happier and more peaceful you are, the less likely you are to run out and change the world." 3/ At the same time, Naval sees unhappiness as extremely inefficient. Instead of doing great work:
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
. on the tortured vs the happy entrepreneur Evergreen notes on 1/ There is this fear among entrepreneurs, which appears to be more common in artists, a fear of losing your edge if you become happy.
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5/ If you're playing a long game, however, that intense fire might end up consuming you instead of fuelling you.
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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4/ Holiday thinks you can do great work with these positive motivations, but he is unsure, and there are exceptions. For instance, top level athletes, or any other game that requires a burst of intensity for a few years, may require this kind of fire.
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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3/ Can you create great art from appreciation, gratitude, love of the game, instead of that resentful voice inside: "I'm going to prove them all wrong... I'm going to beat all my doubters... I will earn my father's approval"
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
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2/ In his new book, Stillness, Ryan Holiday explores the question whether you can do great work from a place of fullness instead of a place of craving.
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Kahlil Corazo 6h
1/ Can you do world-class work from a place of fullness instead of a place of craving? Evergreen notes from
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