Good read – ageism is a thing in tech so good to see folks writing about the other side of it.
Missed this one – thank to Jon for pointing it out:
Lots to glean from this. I used to run a private blog and may go back to it. For some reason I stopped saving URL’s but Apple notes works well for me now. Also love the new reminders.
Still don’t have a great personal CRM but giving HiHello a try.
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Interesting advice. Gonna take some notes.
The book he mentions is 90 Days.
Fascinating read. One frame of mind I have is why do rich people have nothing to do? I have never, ever had nothing to do in my whole life. I am not sure I even know how to do nothing but maybe Peter doesn’t either.
Strange he struggles so much to just – struggle.
The other frame of mind is wow – is that what happens when you suddenly get rich? Doubt I will ever know but one would think that you could use that kind of money in so many ways.
It also means that in order to trigger that sense of adversity that’s gotten him this far, he has to rough up his life, so he doesn’t get too comfortable. He tries to do this daily, even with small things like carrying his groceries from the store rather than taking a cab. He fasts for 18 hours at a time. He regularly alternates first-class flights with middle-seat coach ones. He forces himself to read, which, with dyslexia, he says, is painful.