I think everyone, if they sit down and think about it, has a philosophy of life. Something they do that is sacred to them.
The best way to take advantage of a booming stock market is to invest in your own ideas. If you have an extra $50,000 don’t put it into stocks. Put it into yourself. You’ll make 10,000% on that instead of 5% per year.
Wall Street is crooked. This is not really a surprise to anyone. I lived on the street. And I worked on the street. Wall Street starts at broadway and continues down to Water Street.
“Owning a home” is the “college” of the thirties. A 15 trillion dollar mortgage industry hypnotizes society into thinking that “owning a home is a smart investment” or you “need roots.”
My reality changes, but if I do my daily practice, I increase the chances that the positive side of my reality goes up.
I know what it’s like to be a CEO. It’s not about having an idea. It’s not about execution. It’s not about motivating people. Those are the easy things.
The best entrepreneurs are not risk-takers. They spend every day reducing risk.
This post. This photograph. You. Me. I hope we can tape this together. I hope we can connect.
I scratched my back until it bled. And I never stopped. My back right now is a bloody Jackson Pollack painting. A bathtub of blood. Doctors don’t even touch it. Very attractive. My best feature maybe.
“Oh! I forgot to tell you. I accidentally made two million dollars this morning,” Dave told me.