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Mastery

Mastery by Robert Greene is probably one of the most unique self-help style books I've picked up in a while. It centers around detailed mini-biographies of historic and present day masters such as Darwin, Da Vinci, Paul Graham and more. But what I really liked is that these mini-biographies deeply…

The Art of The Good Life

This book is a toolkit designed for practical living. Here you'll find fifty-two happiness hacks - from guilt-free shunning of technology to gleefully paying your parking tickets - that are certain to optimize your happiness. These tips may not guarantee you a good life, but they'll give you a better…

The 4-Hour Work Week

In a world in which it’s all go go go and our brains are in constant overload, it’s easy to forget the big question: What am I really working forFor most of us the answer is going to be rich - time rich that is. Despite some of…

Life lessons learned from trading and investing

I wanted to share three quick "life lessons" that trading and investing has taught me so far as oftentimes it's easy to forget about these transferable benefits and focus only on our percentage returns, losses etc.…

How Morning and Evening Routines Have Changed My Life

Largely due to spending more time at home and embracing the hybrid workplace like so many of us, it’s become increasingly necessary, but also valuable to my wellbeing to ensure that each day starts and ends with certain routines that ensure I’m running things at my peak-performance.…

Lessons Learned from my Lockdown Monk Mode

Monk mode is the “deliberate elimination, partial or complete, of social interactions, unhealthy habits, and ‘time-wasting’ activities with the purpose of focusing solely on a specific self-development goal.”…

Alternative Investments - My Top Three Platforms For 2021

Here's a quick list of a few non-traditional ways to get some fun and often much-needed diversification when investing. Now with nothing more than a laptop we have access to hundreds of different opportunities to invest excess capital in a way that aligns with our values and interests.…

My top productivity apps for 2021

Here are the four apps that I’ve been loving in 2021 and have found to make my content consumption more meaningful. Especially for students, creatives and entrepreneurial types, having dedicated tools and systems in place to organize different content.…

My Top 5 "No Code" Tools of 2020

As creating things on the internet becomes more accessible we’re no longer limited to the handful of engineers that can code. This has and will continue to result in huge growth, and increased competition, of tools, business and ideas from all kinds of people.…

My Biggest Learning from Ray Dalio's Principles

Whilst this specific idea of Dalio’s and his other principles might not be the easiest to implement, finding ways to apply them in a more practical way, can provide a good starting point and perspective to most people’s work and life.…

Using Automation to Boost Productivity in the Workplace

Anything from getting reminders to drink water every hour via Telegram, to hand washing reminders when I’m close by my apartment. But during the last week I stumbled across an awesome Podcast over on Indie Hackers.…

Unique Productivity Apps for Creative Focus

As you may or may not know, I regularly post productivity tips and tools on my blog and YouTube channel. So I thought it would be fitting to share with you my most recent article all about my current favorite apps in my ‘productivity stack’.…