Love this one:) “If information was the answer, we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs” (Derek Sivers)
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I don't play poker anymore but I am pretty convinced this article might be truly eye-opening for many players. Written by Tommy Angelo. https://www.pokernews.com/strategy/tommy-angelo-presents-the-cause-of-all-your-problems-24998.htm
The Impostor Syndrom https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=160&v=eqhUHyVpAwE
I just finished transcribing these golden nuggets of wisdom about dealing with an unknowable future. You might find them helpful: How to thrive in an unknowable future? Prepare for the worst. Since you have no idea what the future may bring, be open to the best and the worst. But the best case scenario doesn't need your preparation or attention. So mentally and financially just prepare for the worst case instead. Don't obsess on it, just prepare and carry on appreciating good times. How to thrive in an unknowable future? Expect disaster. Fully expect the disaster to come to you at any time. You have to completely assume that it is going to happen and make your plans accordingly. Not just money, but health, family, and freedom. You have to expect it to all disappear. Besides, you'll appreciate things more when you know this may be your last time seeing them. How to thrive in an unknowable future? Own as little as possible, depend on even less. The less you own, the less you are affected by the disaster. How to thrive in an unknowable future? Choose opportunity, not loyalty. Have no loyalty to location, corporation, or your last public statements. Be an absolute opportunist. Do whatever is best for the future, in the current situation, unbound by the past. Have loyalty for only your most important human relationships. How to thrive in an unknowable future? Choose the plan with the most options. The best plan is the one that lets you change your plans. For example, renting a house is actually buying the option to move out anytime without losing money in a changing market. How to thrive in an unknowable future? Avoid planning. For maximum options, don't plan at all. Since you have no idea how the situation or your mood may change in the future, wait until the last moment to make each decision.
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