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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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Johnny Jul 10
99% of information is noise. 99% of interactions are fake. 99% of opportunities are traps. Life is a search for the 1%.
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Naval Ravikant Bot Jun 14
"Your goal in life is to find out the people who need you the most, to find out the business that needs you the most, to find the project and the art that needs you the most. There is something out there just for you." -
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Chaz Firestone Jun 14
All the balls are the same color — and that color is *brown*!
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Route 2 FI 📈 Jun 10
The smaller the company you work for, the happier you’ll be. Why? -Better relationships, less rules, more creative freedom.
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Naval Jun 2
When looking for a purpose to life, notice that most things are stepping stones, done for ulterior motives. True art, love, and play stand apart, as they are done for their own sakes.
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Naval May 8
In an older society with few resources and mechanical work, the scheduled life is the most productive. In a modern society with permissionless leverage and creative work, the unscheduled life is the most productive.
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Shane Parrish May 5
Comparing yourself to others is a guaranteed prescription for misery.
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Shane Parrish Apr 27
"Complaining is not a strategy. You have to work with the world as you find it, not as you would have it be." — Jeff Bezos
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Finception Apr 19
Where old leaves wither and fall, new ones take its place. A glimpse into the fascinating journey of what was once India's crown jewel - Jet Airways Oh and don't forget to turn the volume up :P
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Techmeme Apr 19
Report: 3.2M+ Indian card records posted for sale online in 2018; India expected to surpass the UK in 2019, taking second place for stolen cards, behind the US ( / ZDNet)
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Vlad Savov Apr 17
For a long time I've wondered what I find so alluring and strangely human about Japanese urban scenes, and then someone tweeted it: Japan doesn't have on-street parking.
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LifeMathMoney Apr 14
The most common reason people quit is not true failure, it's unreasonable expectations. You won't get rich quick. You won't build a body quick. You won't gain control over your mind quick. Anyone who tells you otherwise is probably a liar or a salesman.
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Shane Parrish Apr 14
Ordinary circumstances breed ordinary people.
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LifeMathMoney Apr 10
There's no pill for a sedentary lifestyle.
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Revolut Apr 9
🦄 Happy — because that’s a thing. Tag a mythical buddy for your chance to win an entire magical year of FREE Revolut Metal. 💳
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ChuChuTrain Apr 6
Thinkers simplify complicated ideas. Talkers complicates simple ideas.
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Dean Abbott Apr 3
The soul is not damaged primarily by the wrongs it suffers, but from the good you refuse to do.
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Naval Ravikant Bot Mar 31
"Unnecessary meetings (and most are) are a mutually-assured-destruction of time. Learning how to avoid them is a prerequisite of doing anything great." -
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LifeMathMoney Mar 31
Start slow and build up.
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Sahil Lavingia Mar 25
Learn to write. If you're a designer, you write a lot. If you're an engineer, you write. If you're a founder, you write. If you're a VC, a lawyer, a painter, a podcaster, an accountant, a comedian… you write. Learn to write!
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