"Fastlane" is an entrepreneur discussion forum based on The C.E.N.T.S Framework outlined in the two best-selling books by MJ DeMarco (The Millionaire Fastlane and UNSCRIPTED®). From multimillionaires to digital nomads to side hustlers who are grinding a job, the Fastlane Forum features real entrepreneurs creating real businesses with one goal in mind: Freedom— both financial and temporal.
"Choose yourself" - James Altucher
Recc'd to me; it read like a very wierd, not-as-useful seth godin book. It still had utility in stressing that above all I need to choose my priorities, my goals, and my happiness above a job or things that don't create value. I do like the call out to Kamal Ravikant and his book "Love yourself like your life depended on it".[/QUOTE]
He has a really good podcast and interviews interesting people. In fact, his interview with Seth Godin is one of my favorite podcast episodes ever.
LMAO, I feel that Altucher x Godin bouncing their values in serving and producing value to the world off each other in all these different ways would cause a cosmic rip into the fabric of spacetime.He has a really good podcast and interviews interesting people. In fact, his interview with Seth Godin is one of my favorite podcast episodes ever.
Thank you... I sincerely appreciate the kinds words...Currently reading a book written by one of the forum members @JScott
I am thoroughly impressed. In my quest for learning, I had decided to read something totally out of my toybox of what I currently do. With that in mind, this book has held my interest.
I have an extremely hard time finishing a hard copy of any book so I normally just listen to audible played at 180x. But I've been reading this nightly and have thoroughly enjoyed it.
Yes, I do!Just wondering if you guys take some time between books to reflect and process what you have just read? Or you just move to the next book on your list?
Although I just started.So far,I've only come across a few pointers that the duo don't have.It's not as detailed as the duo but it shows similarities and most things "fastlaners" are aware of.Good book though!.Sounds like it has a similar theme to that for TFLF and UNSCRIPTED.
Any pointers the book has that the Fastlane duo don't?
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