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“How to not be poor:

Rather than taking advice from poor people on how to be rich. Only take advice from people where you want to be.”

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“How to not be poor:

Realize you make the most money by making as many other people money as possible. It’s not zero sum.”

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“How to not be poor:

Say you’ll do something. Then do it. Every time.”

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“How to not be poor:

See someone else make a mistake. Get rid of the need to see if the same thing will happen if you try it.”

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“How to not be poor:

Seek out discomfort. It’s the only place growth happens.”

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“How to not be poor:

Start something. Stick with it.”

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“How to not be poor:

Take action despite imperfect conditions.”

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“How to not be poor:

Value education over entertainment.”

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“How to not be poor:

Value what you think of you above what others think of you.”

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“How to not be poor:

Work on what matters most. Ignore the rest.”

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“How to stay poor:

Assume you are always right.”

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“How to stay poor:

Be born in dead end town. Don’t move.”

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“How to stay poor:

Complain about things you can control.”

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“How to stay poor:

Say you’re going to do something and don’t do it.”

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“How to stay poor: Start tomorrow…”

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“Humility doesn't come from lowering your regard for self but by raising your regard for others.”

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“My goal every year is to be bigger and better than I was the year before. The competition just keeps getting better, and the pressure just gets hotter. Nothing gets easier.”


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“I find it funny when people brag about how little they work. It’s like saying: 'I hate what I do so I minimize it.' Why not figure out something you like?”

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“I like the idea of drinking more than the reality.”

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“I used to study a lot, and thought I was smart. I was wrong.

Two definitions changed my life:
1) Learning = same condition, different behavior.
2) Intelligence = speed of behavior change.

So if you wanna be smart, you gotta learn. If you wanna learn, you gotta change.”

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“I want to live a rare life and so I will have to be surrounded by rare people. And rare people, are by definition, rare. They are not common. My hope is that the people I meet now are trying to go all the way with me.”

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“I wish people would take more time to write shorter books.”

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“If a change in a metric doesn’t change your behavior, stop measuring it. Just because it’s measurable doesn’t mean it’s important.”

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“If it’s not worth doing well, it’s not worth doing at all.”

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“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. Many take that as 'do your best'. I take it as 'do fewer things'.”

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“If new information never changes your mind, there’s no point in consuming it in the first place.”

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“If only you could see how well you’re doing through the eyes of those who envy you…”

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“If someone makes more money than you, they are better at the game of business in some way.

Quiet the ego, look for the lesson.”

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“If the cost is peace of mind, don’t buy it.”

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“If the words money and power bother you, you’ll never get them. They’re neither good or bad. They can build hospitals or fund terrorism. But if you want to do big sh*t, you’re gonna need a lot of both.”

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“If they don’t have what you want, don’t listen to what they say.”

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“Intense exercise also boosts the metabolism for up to 48 hours after completion. This is one of the main reasons why high-intensity interval training is so much more effective than cardio or steady state training – neither of which is intense enough to have a lasting impact on your RMR.”


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