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The problem with luck really is when you look at it like a mystic, overarching force, and even worse when you personify it, granting it a sense of agency.
Luck is simply probabilities colored with the human mind's perception.
Saying someone is "lucky" means they just landed on the smaller...
You guys are quick to forget the commandment of entry. Focusing on this endeavor was a killer move 25 years ago, because no one knew shit about domain names.
It was a good move 15 years ago, because there was plenty of opportunity still.
It was an OK to mediocre move 10 years ago because the...
The fact that you use the word “HODL” and are thinking of crypto as a vehicle for wealth greatly stacks the odds against you.
You probably won’t listen to the advice around here, and were probably more looking for some validation from forum members, or god forbid, even MJ, but you won’t get that...
I keep seeing this thread popping up, and am surprised no one mentioned Notion. It’s probably the best CRM you can get since it’s free and highly customizable to one’s need, and you don’t need a PhD to use it.
Let's not bash on crypto indiscriminately.
Crypto can be a good vehicle for wealth.
But it requires as much work (if not more), and especially building stuff.
Buying random shitcoins and hoping they go to the moon? Sure, might as well buy lottery tickets.
On the other hand, being able to...
What you call "know know" I call understanding.
Everybody (including I) can "learn" stuff.
Now, understanding it is completely different.
Hey, after all, take The Millionaire Fastlane. It gives everything one needs to know to become a millionaire by building a business. Does it mean every...
Like 99% of things in life, it's not a black or white answer.
The real answer to this question is actually asking another question: what's the reason one would start a dropshipping business?
Is it because they're hoping to making big $$$ with their laptop while drinking a cocktail on the...
The clickbait version of this title post could be « You won’t believe no. 7 »
But seriously, the #7 is soooooooooooo true.
You see everyone and their grandmother telling you to « produce », write, write, write, and publish stuff at all costs.
The result: as you perfectly described, a mountain...
As someone who built 3 marketplaces startups (2 failed, one who did OK) and having helped a SaaS marketplace startup building its offering, I know a thing or two about marketplaces.
From what I’ve read so far, you’re a bit too focused on the marketing gimmicks. Landing page, ads...
MacBook Air M1 is the best laptop in the world anyone can get right now, in terms of pure price-to-value ratio, and this by far. Insane processing power, sound quality, weight, slim, silent, fanless design... There's just no other laptop that can come even close.
It also invalidates the age-old...
There's no real debate.
It's like "which is better, blue or red?"
Depends on whom you ask, their life, level of knowledge, what they value, etc.
Mac = Get the job done without having to mess around with tech stuff.
Windows = Easy to use machines for the masses, at the cost of having to do some...
Genuine questioning here:
How can one realistically envision anything 10 years forward?
How can it be not pure wishful thinking?
Has anyone ever became what they wanted to be 10 years ago?
I find that sticking to a one year goal is already hard Not only in terms of self-discipline/motivation...
I don't think there's a definitive answer to whether visualisation works or not.
It just works for some people, and doesn't for others.
You'll see some people ultra successful waking up 5am every morning, and others even more successful and they couldn't care less about waking up early.
The problem is when someone's reading just for reading, or in hope to find a magic silver bullet.
a) It satisfies one's curiosity—and by that I mean genuine curiosity, not FOMO about some magical bit of information that would change one's life,
b) to find specific information or...