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Orange Book
Thoughts triggering thoughts. Learning on the go. No label required 💭 Working on a book 📖
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Orange Book 4h
Replying to @ksappask
Taking my time to make sure it won’t disappoint. Can’t give any release date yet, sorry. 🙏
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Orange Book 5h
The truly smart don’t care about looking smart. The truly rich don’t care about looking rich. The truly happy don’t care about looking happy.
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Orange Book 18h
At any time of your life, you should be learning something new that makes you feel like an idiot.
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Orange Book 22h
If you feel like you wasted two decades at school, because the teaching methods were unfit to the way you learn best, it’s not just a feeling. Smothering so much talent is nearly criminal. But it’s not too late. With English & the Internet, your education can finally start.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Smart people learn constantly. Smarter people unlearn consistently.
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Orange Book Oct 17
The more you learn and connect things, the deeper you understand the immensity of your ignorance. It’s scary. You feel overwhelmed. Relax. That’s normal. Remember the sensation. That’s your courage steadily growing.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Paying attention to the success of others not only decreases your own chances, but it also nurtures envy and anxiety. You want to be happier, ignore what doesn’t improve your life.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Don’t blame the poor for their risk-aversion and lack of initiative: try living a few decades worrying about the rent next month or the food tomorrow, you will see how much fear can be engrained into the human mind.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Success in three steps ✨ 1) Education - understanding yourself & the world - defining your values & priorities 2) Analysis - intersect what you love, what you’re good at, what people want 3) Doing - learn from mistakes - don’t give up till “overnight success” Good luck! 🙏
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Orange Book Oct 17
That’s my dream too ✌️ :
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Orange Book Oct 17
Replying to @INH0
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Orange Book Oct 17
Replying to @loubelleau
Maybe it matters, it depends on people I guess. I’ve been typing on a computer since I was 9, and pretty much never wrote any essay by hand except at school, so just choose whatever you prefer, as long as it keeps you going for years.
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Orange Book Oct 17
If you say you want to do something, but don’t spend at least a few hours, everyday, focused, for a few years, you don’t really want to do it.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Because it combines thinking, reading, connecting, and simplifying, writing is the fastest way to get smarter.
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Orange Book Oct 17
When you have no dream of your own, you have more free time, often misdirected towards criticizing the hard work of others.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Amongst the most interesting and happiest people in their 40s and 50s that I know, most still had no idea what to do in their late 20s. It seems like “wasting time” and exploring the unknown is a precondition to self-understanding.
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Orange Book Oct 17
Replying to @kodewealth
Wish you all the best for your future projects ! ✌️
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Orange Book Oct 17
Replying to @kodewealth
I don’t know either, but I hope you’re doing okay 🙏
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Orange Book Oct 17
Think of what they don’t teach at school. Mindfulness, money, food, health. They are what you should learn.
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Orange Book Oct 16
Once you compromise on your integrity, you are done. It will follow you for the rest of your life. You will always know. “White” lies will multiply. You will become paranoid. Your self-esteem will find no bottom. Want a fun life full of successes & love? Be true to yourself✌️
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