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+Karl-Mikael Syding: "the masterful multitasker," does stock analysis while lifting weights.
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How to be real in a world of fakes -- in Portuguese! +Daniel Castro 
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Por Ludvig Sunström, o original está aqui. Tradução: Daniel Castro Eu acho que homens modernos são muito parecidos com insetos. Sabe, muitos insetos se protegem imitando a aparência de ‘insetos mau...
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Mikael Syding on gold.
The price is at a 5 year low, down by 40%. That's a bargain (China hoarding, production costs, negative interest rates, money printing, flight to safety coming
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John Malone: a man well worth studying.
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I just published a new article on SGM entitled: "Be Who You Want to Be By 30 (or be broken down by homeostasis)"

Here's what you'll learn:

*Why most of history's (extremely) successful people or innovative pioneers made their big discoveries before, or around, age 30;

*Whether or not this trend still holds true in the modern world, and if so, in which industries it applies most,

*And how your ability to cope with (break) homeostasis is imperative to whether or not you'll become rich/innovative as you grow older.
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Very good video.

"When I met Feynman, he was running computing, and I brought him out so he could go back to physics. I knew he'd get a Nobel Prize for something--he was one of those people. You could see the energy and ability--and he was going to do something. It was in the nature of him to be something."
 
 
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About a year ago I wrote an article where I debunked the "law" of attraction and made fun of some people who used "remote seduction" attract sexual partners.  Those people then created a forum thread about me.
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Great article by my man +Kyle Eschenroeder

Stop being a lazy (fake) and do the work to become real. "Find your white whale".
  Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Kyle Eschenroeder. “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at
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+Matias Page Well said.
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+Jeremy Ng  One of my favorite 'work' songs.
Consider doing a piano on this one -- if you think it could be done well.
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No, I have not. I played lots of RPGs when I was younger, but I never played that one.
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Good article on becoming "future proof" by Mikael. Extensive info on the mindset required in the years to come:

"you should cultivate a mindset of  adaptation, a diverse set of skills and a wide net of friends. While building layers on top of layers (“investing” is accumulative)"
Fuck you money is good for escaping a soul sucking job, but don't reverse the logic by launching a meaningless career trying to become financially independent.
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StartGainingMomentum. Break out of Homeostasis.
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Hey!

I'm Ludvig Sunström,the author of StartGainingMomentum where I write about practical self-development. I've also authored the book Breaking out of Homeostasis. In addition to that I have a masters degree in International Marketing from Lund's University.

I like to read a lot of books. If you want book recommendations check out these two popular articles:

Here are a couple of popular--and actionable--articles I've written.

1.How to  Become a Momentum Machine: Combine Powerful Psychological Principles to Boost Motivation, Build Self-Esteem, And Be a Winner Every Day

(This article will answer most questions you may have about self-esteem, motivation, and goal-setting.)

2. How to Understand And Use The Power of Incremental Change (and why most people don't)

3. How I got Ripped in 2 Years by Following these 13 Principles

4. How to Use OneNote to Create Your Commonplace Book
(This might be THE single most important thing for your personal development.)

5. The 2-day Fast
(If you've never fasted you NEED to read this one!)

6. How Successful People Read Online
(What they KNOW -- and most people don't)


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