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Sunil Singh
In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s mind there are few.
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NE7EN Oct 1
I'm sure this has been done, but if not, a bakery should put a sign on its door like, NOTICE: We use cookies to enhance your experience on this site.
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Siddha Performance Sep 30
We humans have gotten parenting completely backwards While a child is young and energetic, 100% of his time should be devoted to his pursuit Learning, training, creating, and earning With minimal luxuries When he is old and frail, he can have a smartphone and sit in school.
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Alexander J.A Cortes Oct 1
Boredom isn’t the problem The problem is we’re all addicted to never being bored Boredom is creative production, but only when you’re of a creative mind And most minds today are addicts
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Sam Altman Sep 17
Having the self-belief that you will be able to figure things out as you go along is critical to success at anything hard. Get started and trust yourself. No one has all the answers at the beginning.
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Josh Stylman Sep 16
Respectfully disagree, . The Valley's fetishization of scale is dangerous to an entire class of founders that have the ability (and aspiration) to run great small businesses. A Michelin starred chef is every bit the entrepreneur that a tech founder with a million users is.
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Seth Rogen Sep 16
Instagram is great because otherwise I wouldn’t know how many parties I wasn’t being invited to.
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Jordan Sack Sep 4
Replying to @JordanTSack
Coming of Age Lesson: If you don’t dedicate time to think about what life means to you, who do you expect to do it for you?
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Jason Zweig Sep 1
A paradox of expertise: The broader and deeper your knowledge, the more readily you will say "I don't know," thereby convincing the typical person that your knowledge is narrow and shallow.
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Naval Sep 1
Reality is neutral. Our reactions reflect back and create our world. Judge, and feel separate and lonely. Anger, and lose peace of mind. Cling, and live in anxiety. Fantasize, and miss the present. Desire, and suffer until you have it. Heaven and hell are right here, right now.
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Vala Afshar Aug 26
Many times experts fail because they're experts in the past version of the world. —
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The Ancient Sage Aug 18
Those who are truly rich do not feel the need to exhibit their wealth. They have no need to prove themselves; they are internally secure. Only those who are poor of spirit or insecure are fond of showing off.
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The Ancient Sage Aug 15
Children are happy because: 1) they're not self conscious 2) they lack a sense of time pressure 3) they've no goals The bottom line is they are living from moment to moment, and the mind is not there to interfere in their bliss.
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NATE SCHMIDT Aug 17
Once you make your first $1 You realize you can make $100 Then you make $100 And realize you can make $1,000 Then you make $1,000 And realize you can make $10,000 Then you make $10,000 And realize the sky is the fucking limit And the only thing that can stop u is yourself
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Thibaut Aug 18
“The beginning is always today.” — Mary Shelley
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Sebastian Thrun Aug 17
"According to ’s analysis of its 500 million users, emerging online educational platforms like , FreeCodeCamp, and General Assembly have each placed more full-stack engineers into jobs this past year than any American university."
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Sunil Singh Aug 18
‘Jugaad’, India’s most overrated idea
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The Stoic Emperor Aug 15
A minute of rage can undo a lifetime of diligent effort. Self-control is self-preservation. Most of us won't look back on the moments we acted in anger as among our finest. Do not act when the tide of rage flows in. Wait for it to go out. Then act with reason and proportion.
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Naval Aug 14
Replying to @nage79583510
We are biological machines programmed to survive and replicate. Happy is anti-evolution.
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Naval Aug 9
Doctors won’t make you healthy. Nutritionists won’t make you slim. Teachers won’t make you smart. Gurus won’t make you calm. Mentors won’t make you rich. Trainers won’t make you fit. Ultimately, you have to take responsibility. Save yourself.
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aj ⚡️ 🍜 Aug 7
Building a site on Carrd + need some super nice images/videos? Photos 👉 (free, Unsplash license) Videos 👉 (free, Coverr license) Illustrations 👉 (free, MIT) Icons 👉 (free, MIT)
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