The book, The Third Door, by Alex Banayan, is not like any other book you’ve ever read. It’s a gripping story of a boy who dreams of becoming something more. In his quest to achieve success, Alex sets out to learn from the world’s most successful people. In The Third Door, he shares his spectacular ride and all the ups and downs. This is my review of The Third Door and all my notes.
If you’re like me, you often come across information that makes you think “damn, this is good! I gotta remember that and use it”. If you’re also like me, often you forget what it is you wanted to remember. That’s what happened when I read Charlie Munger's speech “The Psychology of Human Misjudgment”. In the speech, Charlie Munger talks about 25 psychological tendencies we all fall victim to. In this (huge) guide, I show you the exact learning techniques you need to remember all 25 tendencies.
When I discovered stoicism, it changed my life. Stoicism made me realize a lot of things. The main thing I’ve learned is that I should make a clear distinction between the things I can control – and the things I cannot control. The things I can control are my thoughts and actions. Those should be my only focus. However, I also have a BIG problem with this (and a solution). Let’s go to a job interview…
I started writing The Five Minute Journal on September 23rd, 2016. At that point, I didn’t know I was about to start a habit that would become… a part of me? Fast-forward to today, 4 years later, and I still write in my Five Minute Journal every day. I’ve tried other journals, but every time I’ve found myself going back to The Five Minute Journal Why? Because The Five Minute Journal works. It’s fast, easy, and fun. I have filled out 5 Five Minute Journals (currently on my sixth) for the past 4 years. This is my review of The Five Minute Journal 🙂 Let’s go!
I used to hate reading. I literally read 0 books per year. In 2018 I read 44 books. In 2019 I read 40. This year (2020), I’m on track to read ~35 books. So, how did I go from 0 books/year to 35 books/year? I changed my habits! It all started with me picking up Atomic Habits in 2018.
Growing your business is hard. So, when I had the chance to sit down with Noah Kagan to talk about my businesses, I was PUMPED. Noah delivered big time! What I was most mindblown about were his questions. Today, I’m sharing all 16 questions he asked me so that you too can start growing your business!
If you ask it, you'll see it.
Externalizing an internal decision provides you with clarity (and a better answer).
Asking yourself why something worked - and why something failed - before it happens, greatly increases your odds of being successful.
Whenever your mind is playing tricks on you, this question gives some much needed distance and control.