Personal Development

Asymmetric Bets, Venture Capital & Cancer Cells

Perhaps the most significant is that it’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong — Stanley Druckenmiller I’ve been obsessed with asymmetric bets and looking for them wherever I can find them. These are bets where you […]

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Evaluating Side Hustles

I’m the kind of person that likes to dive head first into ventures, getting bored of things quickly and then moving on to the next thing. These include blogging, affiliate businesses (paid traffic & SEO for SaaS and eCommerce businesses), eCommerce businesses, digital courses, self-publishing books under various pseudonyms, trading arbitrage situations, and bought 2

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Canva For Work: The Complete Canva Pro Review

I’ve never done graphics design before. I always thought it not within my field of expertise (it always seemed to “artsy” for me) and Adobe Photoshop just seems really intimidating requiring hundreds of hours of training. So for the last 10 years, I’ve always used a specialist graphics designer… until Canva that is. Produce Graphics

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LinkedIn Learning Reviews

During this period where we’re all forced to stay at home, LinkedIn Learning seems to be a very popular self-quarantine activity: LinkedIn Learning was originally It then got acquired by LinkedIn and renamed to LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn then got acquired by Microsoft. In a nutshell, LinkedIn Learning has: A library of over 15,000 courses in 7

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