“If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe.” Abraham Lincoln
Naval Ravikant talks about building wealth and why everyone can and should be rich.
Winning is for everyone—you don’t need to be a superstar or a boss. Whether you want to be a better father, get in shape, or build wealth for your family, winning is different for everybody. Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan explain what winning is all about and how you can win in life.
Haptic technology allows us to feel the pulling, pressure, temperature, texture, and friction of virtual objects just by using vibrations. But how do we simulate the weight of an object?
We’re often keen on hiding our business idea, but forget that ideas are worthless until they are acted upon. An idea is simply a multiplier to your execution.
Imagine if we could invest in artists and influencers like we invest in companies through the stock market. Soon, fans will have the opportunity to be rewarded for their speculation and support.
No matter the situation, people always operate on incentives. In business settings, you want to understand what everyone’s incentives are to be fool-proof.
When you’re driven, laziness is no longer a consideration. You no longer depend on the ephemeral whims of motivation. You’re now compelled by something as powerful and primal as the desire to procreate, seek sustenance, and survive. For boundless energy and enthusiasm, focus on building your drive, but also understand the role motivation plays in your jubilation.
Richard Mille was able to disrupt the stubborn luxury watch industry through ignorant thinking. A knowledgeable person generally thinks inside the box. When you’re ignorant, you don’t even know the box is there. This is where product differentiation and innovative systems are born: on the edge of absurdity.
I think we’ve become desensitized to how big an audience of 100,000 is, let alone 40 million people. Visualizing digital audiences helps us better understand why brands are willing to pay influencers millions of dollars for advertising.