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Naval - How to Get Rich (without getting lucky)

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Naval Ravikant is a millionaire tech entrepreneur and investor.

He includes valuable information on twitter. Maybe he does not say anything new, but he explains it in very valuable pills to remember.

He talks about the ideas of leverage, time, freedom, etc.

He has a famous thread called "How to Get Rich (without getting lucky)"

View: https://twitter.com/naval/status/1107112712750821381


Currently he has expanded the information in podcast, here you have the transcript compilation:


This post is not for advertising, he is a millionaire and I evidently do not earn anything, I include it because I think it is a very interesting collection of ideas.
 

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Thanks for posting this -- I actually just saw it in a SaaS group I'm a part of on Facebook. I burned through much of the podcast this weekend and there is some really good stuff in it!
 

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Thnaks for posting, just currently reading his PDF :]]]
 

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Thank you for sharing this, I read the PDF over the past week, and it improved my thinking about some things.
 

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Thanks for the PDF. I'm reading it now, only on the 5th page but already loving it!
Thank you for your time to make this.
 

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Thanks for this. I was thinking who the hell naval was. I kept seeing him on twitter but I didnt really know who he was.
 

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Naval Ravikant is a millionaire tech entrepreneur and investor.

He includes valuable information on twitter. Maybe he does not say anything new, but he explains it in very valuable pills to remember.

He talks about the ideas of leverage, time, freedom, etc.

He has a famous thread called "How to Get Rich (without getting lucky)"

View: https://twitter.com/naval/status/1107112712750821381


Currently he has expanded the information in podcast, here you have the transcript compilation:


This post is not for advertising, he is a millionaire and I evidently do not earn anything, I include it because I think it is a very interesting collection of ideas.
Thanks for the good stuff.
 

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I like Naval Ravikant but I get the feeling Naval likes Naval more.
You mean you hold yourself in lower esteem than random people on the internet hold you?
 

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You mean you hold yourself in lower esteem than random people on the internet hold you?
I don't doubt he's good at what he does. I just think there are better examples out there - like Seth Godin.

When it comes to marketing, Godin is untouchable in my opinion. Purple Cow is one of the most influential books I've ever read.
 
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I don't doubt he's good at what he does. I just think there are better examples out there - like Seth Godin.

When it comes to marketing, Godin is untouchable in my opinion. Purple Cow is one of the most influential books I've ever read.
Most of Naval ideas are coming from Charlie Munger, but Naval put them in a very easy pills.

Take what serves you and discard if something does not work for you, including this advice (in fact this is another Naval trick)
 
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