Tim Ferriss’ Simple Approach for Networking at Conferences

Professional networking, if done effectively, can be life changing. The relationships created at in-person events have the potential to create an incredible amount of positive inertia that carries with you long after the conference is over. Networking well is a necessary life skill for almost everyone, but particularly important for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, unlike traditional 9-5ers, have non-linear approaches to wealth creation. […]

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Reading, fast and slow

We live in a world of scarce understanding and abundant information. Let’s look past the benefits of reading. Things like higher IQ, less stress, more empathy, better sleep – the list goes on. If you’re not already dedicating a few hours a day to reading, it’s time to get with the program. But let’s not talk about those […]

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My Morning Routine

I’m a huge believer in routine. By putting certain parts of my life on autopilot, I have more energy to dedicate to important stuff, like building relationships and doing creative work. A friend recently asked this question on Facebook: “what’s the activity that has the biggest impact on your life?” While certainly there are many simple things […]

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Staying Fit While Traveling Abroad – What Works

The way we live, and travel, has changed a lot in the last few years. Whereas previous generations lived and worked in one area for most of their adult lives, millennials are prone to change jobs, and cities quite often. In the US alone, more than 40% of the workforce works remotely (not in a standard office), […]

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4 things I learned from Breaking Smart about the future of work

Every once in a while, I read something that massively changes my perspective and world view. These moments are uncommon, so it’s easy to recognize the Aha! moment when it actually happens. These are often books, less often podcasts, and on very rare occasions, conversations with a friend or colleague. This week, I was fortunate enough to have one of […]

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NOBNOMGOM: Why abstinance is only half the equation

Porn is destroying young minds. According to estimates, more than 30% of the infrastructure that makes up the internet is for porn. With the advent of super-cheap computing and widely-available internet access, I can’t help but image hundreds of millions of young teens around the world with access to a computer and the internet, all […]

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Why I Track My Daily Habits

I once read an essay called, 16 Habits You Should Do Every Day. In it, the author outlined daily habits and a system for tracking them, and why sticking to the habits lead to long-term success in different areas of his life. Similarly, I use a Google Spreadsheet to track a long list of my own habits. […]

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Why I Chose To Start Blogging

Today I woke up feeling very refreshed. I slept well for the first time in 2 weeks. It’s ironic that such a night sleep was a rarity; I just finished writing a post on building good sleep habits and the importance of quality sleep. I’m a slow learner. Today, I’m laying out the reasons why I […]

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Avoiding a Sleep Crisis: Habits for Sleeping Better

Sleep is super important. We spend more than a third of our lives asleep, and there’s a lot of solid research pointing to the health benefits of sleep. When I sleep well, everything is easy. I like it when things are easy. I feel smarter, clearer, happier, healthier, and sexier when I’m well-slept. When I’m […]

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