One of my favorite human being, Charlie Munger, is back in the press. I loved this interview that he gave to CNBC. If you don't have 30 mins, just watch the last 3 mins. Thank me later 🙂 https://youtu.be/peUrLZ24GfM
So Bill and Malinda Gates published their annual letter for 2019. I have been reading the letters for the last 3 years. It's informative and dissects some of the most complicated problems that the world faces into interesting graphs, figures, and perspectives. While I highly recommend everyone to go through it, here are my takeaways: … Continue reading Textbooks are obsolete?
Some other YouTube channels that help trim the weeds of misinformation and disinformation are: Captain Disillusion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LI2nYhGhYM Captain Disillusion is funny and very informative. I bet that you will be learn something after the video that you did not know before. Adam Ruins Everything (It's on Netflix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H0NG403d0o If you like the traditional science TV … Continue reading Some more YouTube Recommendations
I've been a fan of the Vlog brothers since 2008 when I discovered YouTube. (Fun fact, I didn't have Wifi at home yet so I use to steal my neighbors unprotected "Linksys" wifi and stream youtube!) Coming back to Vlog brothers, for those uninitiated, Vlog brothers are John and Hank Green and they have a … Continue reading Navigating Digital Information
One of my goal for 2019 is to learn about mental health, and since charity begins at home, I decided to follow Take 10 series of Headspace. It's tough, I have known about headspace since 2015 and have completed Take 10 only once. Creating a habit is one of the toughest things I think, at … Continue reading Habits
TED-ed has some awesome video animations. I particularly love the new "There's a poem for That". The videos are well produced, the poems are a perfect mixture of hard hitters like Shakespeare and contemporary. Along with the poem, there are conversations with the poet and analysis of the poem which gives deeper insights. Source: TED-edhttps://www.youtube.com/user/TEDEducation/ … Continue reading There’s a poem for That
I read this article by a behaviour scientist about how he manages his monthly cash flow. It's almost strange how much my cash flow management and his style have in common. Here is the philosophy that we both share when it comes to monthly cash flow management: Keep as little cash on hand as possible: … Continue reading Managing Personal Finance Using Behavior Science