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“Buying sh*t you don’t need is guaranteed to make you poorer, but not happier.

Potential upside. Guaranteed downside. Bad bet.”

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“Cash flow cures all temporary woes.”

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“Cash flow makes you feel wealthier than wealth does.”

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“Champions know the difference between laziness and rest.”

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“Disrespect is a fuel that burns hot and long. If an enemy is foolish to give it to you, use it.”

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“Do more than they do, and you’ll have more than they have.”

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“Doing > Reading

Reading solves the problem of not knowing what to do. If you know what to do, you solve the problem by doing, not reading more.”

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“Don’t accept favors from people you don’t want to owe favors back to. Undeserving hands always cash blank checks for more than the issuer intended.”

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“Don’t ask people to do two things at once.

Instead, ask them to do the first thing, then after they do the first thing, give them a good reason to do the second that makes doing the first seem silly without the second.”

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“Don’t be the dentist with bad teeth. If you’re gonna sell it, you better be a shining example of it.”

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“Don’t compare your first quarter with someone else’s fourth.”

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“Don’t trust people who shit talk exes: spouses, employers, friends. Because one day, you’ll be their ex, and you already know how they’ll behave.”

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“During my hardest days, I repeated the same phrase to myself: I cannot lose if I do not quit.”

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“Easiest/lowest effort way to raise prices: choose to.”

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“Easy way to break into any marketplace with the best offer: Look at what everyone else is doing, and do it in half the time.”

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“Epic lives require epic sacrifices. Everything has a price.”

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“Whenever I’m having an exceptionally bad day my ‘go to’ reframe is always: This will make for a great story.”


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“Even if you could 'outwork anyone' you can’t outwork everyone.”

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“Everyone’s too busy when you haven’t provided them value lately. Everyone can make time if they think they’ll get more from you than someone they’re too busy for.”

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“Everything gets easier when you get harder.”

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“Everything starts hard, which is why it’s not an acceptable reason to not begin.”

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“Failure leads to learning. Learning leads to success. Success leads to complacency. Complacency leads to failure. It's a cycle, not an end point.”

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“Fastest way to feel better is to change your expectations of reality.”

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“Fear keeps us alive but prevents us from living.”

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“Fear prevents us from dying but keeps us from living.”

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“FOMO is not a good reason to invest in something. In fact, it’s usually the worst.”

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“For anyone struggling to get work done, you’d be amazed how much can finish when you set a timer for 45min and turn off your notifications.”

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“For happiness, what you think matters more than what other people think. For money, what other people think matters more than what you think.”

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“For the record: I didn’t quit drinking. I quit drinking more than 1-2.

Main reason (not philosophical): I hate shitty sleep more than I enjoy the marginal benefit of being buzzed. I never want to sacrifice tomorrow.”

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“Friendly reminder for that thing that’s stressing you out: If you zoom out far enough you can’t see the Earth.

If it won’t matter in ten million years, don’t let it matter today.”

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“Friendly reminder that in three generations everyone who knew us will be dead.

Including the people whose opinions stopped you from doing what you wanted all along.”

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“I have no problem living with risk in my life. It’s what separates the men from the boys.”


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