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Zack Kanter May 21
Real-life superpowers: - focus (≤1 activity in each life category) - low burn rate - responsiveness - not identifying as a Republican or Democrat - basics understanding of finance - meditation - learning to recognize when you’re being defensive
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Emily L. E. Holdman May 21
Amazon now accounts for 55 percent of all a la carte direct-to-consumer video subscriptions Small absolute subscriber sizes, but influence is significant: 53% HBO 72% Showtime 70% Starz
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 21
‘s guide is a great starting point ‘s guide is a good QuickStart too
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 20
Replying to @Clayton_Dorge
Love the way that guy writes lol
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 20
"I didn't have your advantages when I was a boy, and you can't have mine." John Graham (ht )
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NeckarCap May 17
Soros to Byron Wien: "the trouble with you is that you go to work every day and you think that because you go to work every day, you should do something. And you do something every day and you don't realize when it's a special day."
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 20
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 20
Replying to @ryoungct
Thanks so much for tweeting, love hearing that
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 19
Great new post on growth lessons with "Without growth, you have nothing, and the status quo is death."
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 19
Replying to @m_g_kaya @nntaleb
That’s incredible to hear, thank you
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 18
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 18
Can’t believe I’ve never read ‘s Spent before. “The blank-slate model of human nature, far from challenging the principles of consumerist capitalism, forms consumerism’s ideological bedrock.”
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 18
Replying to @caseyames
Thanks man! She’s so great to have around
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 18
I wrote this 4 years ago as a bunch of reminders that I needed. I'm still far from sufficiently internalizing these: * “Suckers try to win arguments, nonsuckers try to win.” *Action creates courage *Action motivates *Action->Purpose *Action reveals reality
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 18
I also think their definition of “category” is fairly narrow. Facebook was social networking for “real people”. Google was “search simplified”. I *think* it’s about asking how you can escape competition by appearing first of a kind
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 16
Replying to @TheAncientSage
I’ve slipped into this in the past, the thing that helped me out was understanding action deeply. So I wrote a book on it:
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 16
Replying to @davidporter
Very game
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 16
Replying to @davidporter
Thanks so much David! I used to listen to 8tracks all day every day so I’m grateful you found something I’ve done to be even a fraction as useful
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 16
Replying to @atakanyz
There’s some use to that when you can use an individual as an entry point to make some more general criticism of society... but I never felt that was useful except as something to push against—being kind to people stuck in a way of thinking I fear/disagree with/whatever
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Kyle Eschenroeder May 16
Replying to @atakanyz
Really cool to hear! And thanks for sending over the article. Looking forward to reading it. Although it looks like it’s pointing at my biggest problem with Thoreau. I remember pages of Walden being dedicated to criticizing a cashier at one point. Eesh
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