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Jun
12

#2123: The PDF of Naval Ravikant

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The PDF of Naval Ravikant The Twitterverse is all aflutter tweeting and retweeting pithy quotations from The Almanack of
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Mar
31

#2111: Don't gargle beet juice, common-size your ass(ets)

This week I finished the CFA chapters on income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. I'll post the first
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Mar
24

#2110: Build a business, but don't be Buffett

Beginner typesetting is tedious, especially for a tweaker. I gave up. So I'll be publishing the first version of The
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Mar
17

#2109: Spandex means speed, cooks should clean, & treasure reveals

This week felt chaotic, but I managed to: * Finish and post my CFA [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chartered_Financial_
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Mar
10

#2108: What if you could index your brain?

At the back of any good textbook, you'll find an index of key terms and related concepts. Alongside each item
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Mar
03

#2107: Spacing, massing, learning, and dying

This week, I did two things that probably seem contradictory. I posted a testimonials page [https://www.redlinealpine.com/testimonials/
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Feb
24

#2106: To be useful over usual

When I get a good newsletter, I scan it and bookmark what looks intriguing. Later, I read only one, maybe
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Feb
17

#2105: Get ready for the whine

This week, I published Can you hear the FIRE alarm? [https://www.oddsimple.com/can-you-hear-the-fire-alarm/] The FIRE* movement is an
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Feb
10

#2104: Regret-motivated planning, anti-insider indexing, & ignorance-based medicine

This week, I published The Four I Framework: A pricing model for expertise [https://www.scottsemple.com/the-four-i-framework-a-pricing-model-for-expertise]. A good
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Feb
03

#2103: Ravikant, Terray, Carr, & Friedman

This week, I started two new projects, both summaries of great books. The PDF of Naval Ravikant In late 2020,
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