A tweetstorm from Naval Ravikant. The best framework I've seen for thinking through levers to achieve wealth.
The internet is a magical place. This is where I curate blogs, videos, and other stuff I've found on the internet that I love. I'm constantly amazed by how much high-quality information we have access to. Conversely, we also have access to a lot of low quality information. If you find yourself watching re-runs of the Office (which is a great show), I encourage you to turn off the tv and flip through any of the stuff below or read a great book!
Sometimes life feels really short. Other times it feels really long. One thing that's always true is that it's most certainly finite.
A blog post from Sam Altman on how to achieve outlier success.
People don't focus on metrics enough. This is a great read for early stage founders.
Tim Ferriss interviewed Hugh Jackman on his podcast. One of my favorite podcast episodes ever.
A great blog post on levels of motivation and leveraging your time wisely.
Tactical Financial advice for founders.
Marshall runs a company called Support Shepherd that will help you find an assistant. This is a great breakdown of he uses one.
When you're building a company, there's one very important decision to make: grow slowly, organically, and profitably, or whether to have a big bang with very fast growth and lots of capital? Joel breaks it down in this excellent post.
The best post I've read on validating your idea as quickly as possible.
Unlevered Yield on Cost is one of the best metrics to use when evaluating a real estate investment. Moses does a great job explaining why.