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Performance Round-Up: 11/30/2014

Thanksgiving Turkey

 

Happy Thanksgiving! It’s officially the Holiday season.

 

  • Robert Schiller on decision fatigue [Wealth of Common Sense]
  • 12 things I learned from Bill Ackman [25IQ]
  • How to feel old* [Thought Catalogue]
  • (VIDEO) Jerry Colonna on how to survive the startup life [Colonna.org]
  • An investment banker on the psychology of risk [Big Picture]
  • Advice and quotes from several of the most successful investors in history [Big Picture]
  • Improve your relationships. Notes from Mind Gym: Achieve More by Thinking Differently [Farnam Street]
  • (VIDEO) What Tony Robbins learned from Ray Dalio and Carl Ichan** [Exploring Markets]
  • The mistakes we make and why we make them [WSJ]
  • “Life is short, Break the Rules. Forgive quickly, Kiss SLOWLY. Love truly. Laugh uncontrollably And never regret ANYTHING That makes you smile.” ―Mark Twain [aGymLife]
  • Sleep deprivation and your brain – an infographic [Big Picture]
  • (VIDEO) A new Random Show with Kevin Rose and Tm Ferriss*** [YouTube – Random Show #26]
  • (VIDEO) How to discover your life’s work and “the seasons” of one’s life with Brian Roemmele & Mike Townsend**** [AroundtheCoin]
  • Why 2015 is prime for a leadership crisis [Forum Blog]

 

*I love posts like these as they are sort of like Charlie Munger’s suggestions to “always invert”. Instead of the typical post which would focus on what not to do, here is what you should do — to be worse off.
** I’m currently reading Tony Robbins new book and so far enjoying it. I have yet to see any new specific strategies that I would implement, but I’m still really enjoying it if only for the inspiration
*** I’m not sure why, but I love these random show episodes. It reminds me of conversations I’d have with my own friends
**** This is a bit of an unusual one as this podcast usually focuses on payment technology but I though this more philosophical episode was fantastic
*****I’m heading to Europe next week and hope to take the time to get myself back into writing some original content

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