I read the following somewhere recently on how we prioritize and allocate our time: "Our careers provide the most concrete evidence that we’re moving forward. You ship a product, finish a design, complete a presentation, close a sale, get paid or promoted. In contrast, investing time and energy in your relationship with your friends and … Continue reading Self Evaluation Framework
We saw few episodes of "Tidying up with Marie Kondo" on Netflix. It's about decluttering your house, getting rid of things that you are not going to use.It's truly amazing how much people can horde over the years. We all have been guilty of it. Marie Kondo has a whole process to start decluttering called … Continue reading Tidying Up
K and I are currently reading “Tools of Titans” by Tim Ferris, one titan at a time. Here are some of the notes from the titans we've read so far. Bj Novak: Anytime BJ finds himself telling that he's making so much money; that’s a warning sign that he doing the wrong thing. Motivation is … Continue reading Book Summary – Tools of Titan
In my previous post about the lessons I learned in 2018, I mentioned that I've been reading extensively on Mental models. One of my favorite mental models is Base Rates.
My first investment in the US was in an ETF. ETFs are exchange-traded funds, its a financial instrument that comprises of combination companies with low fees. Jack Bogle's work led to the concept of ETFs and Index funds. Jack Bogle fought for the retail investors like us by challenging the greed of Wall Street. He … Continue reading Rest In Peace Jack Bogle