This book is an old classic by Darell Huff. He went out of his way in the 1950s to explain how cognitive biases and statistical manipulation are used.
Today's episode is with Michael Sidgmore. Michael has spent his career as a financial technology investor and operator focused on financial services.
Inner Engineering is a book about finding the perfect alignment with existence, which we all look for as people, founders, and investors.
This chapter of The War of Art is perfect. Instead of writing something today, I’ve decided to re-publish in its entirety.
I have made 30+ trades in the past 18 months using over US$100K in margin. Interesting to see that margin soared this year. It can be quite useful.
The War of Art is a beautiful and rapid read. It breaks down what you have to do to find the courage to get things done.
Several thinkers deeply influenced me as a professional investor and man. One of them is Charlie Munger. Charlie’s Almanack is a must-read for everyone.
A dear friend of mine gifted me Paramahansa Yogananda's most famous book, the Autobiography of a Yogi. Then, I found his book called the Law of Success.