Here are the 0.1% of resources I've consumed that have brought me 90% of the value.
The LINDY LIBRARY.
I wish somebody gave me these in a list so I could have spent more time exploiting than exploring.
I think the same can be said of podcasts, articles, and YouTube videos.
Modern media has us chasing the next high. Instead, of re-visiting our personal lindy library.
It gets you to put down the participation trophy and forces a red pill down your throat
As a millennial, this was the 1st time I was advised to look at myself objectively. Took 19 years to find it!
This is the first time children begin to outsource their agency to external forces
Josh Waitzkin does the opposite. When the weather is shit, they celebrate
Go to a coffee shop and listen in to conversations. 90% of it is people bitching about friends.
It is free on YouTube and takes 2 minutes and 40 seconds to watch.
Once you listen, you can't stop seeing specific knowledge, leverage and accountability everywhere.
I quit a job because of this podcast.
Note to self - work on yourself before you begin to try and fix Brexit/Trump/Politics etc
Note to self - If a man can say this during war, I can say it in traffic on my way to an air-conditioned office.
If you want to change an animal's evolutionary trajectory, change its environment.
Same is true of humans. (Or at least it is for me)
Moved cities due to this
Other animals win easily.
A human on a bicycle? No animal can compete.
We are a species of leverage - that's what makes us special.
"The computer is the bicycle of the mind."
No video visualizes this better.
It is criminally under-watched.
Another free psychedelic trip.
What podcast/articles do you find yourself returning to?