Stocks=Hamburgers, How to Speak CEO & More
Today at a Glance:
Quote: Stocks are like hamburgers.
How to Speak CEO
Life Is Not Short
Learning: Gunslinger Effect
Fun: How Normal Am I?
Look for startups missing something rather than those who have it all
Learn how to learn
If you like burgers, you should root for their price to go down, not up – and the younger you are, the more meals your future holds. - Warren Buffett
Stocks are like hamburgers. Maybe this downturn is actually a good thing! (as long as you're young)
Short article on how to speak CEO:
Every problem you mention should have a solution
Separate facts from opinion
Proactively answer the 5 questions a CEO asks
Every proposal should have (1) what you want to do (2) three reasons why (3) resource requirements (4) when it will be done
This is a fictitious interview with Seneca about the shortness of life, and how to spend your limited time.
The part of life we really live is small.
Just because someone lives to old age doesn't mean they've lived long. They've just lasted long.
Gunslinger effect (Bohr's law)
Intentional movement is slower than reactive movement
Example: the person who draws second in a gunfight will actually win the shoot-out.
This is a fun 5-minute experience of how AI judges your face.
If joining or investing in a company, you should look for a startup that is missing something rather than a startup that has it all already.
The best learning techniques are:
The research paper can be found here.
Scrappiness and resourcefulness are how you get ahead as an entrepreneur.
A tweet full of razors.