Wish Someone mentioned these to me before I went to college. What amazing advice. https://medium.com/@edwardlando/if-i-were-to-do-college-again-e6ba882725fe#.ffbsnrz18
One of my favorite posts that I refer to once every few months: http://jim-mcbeath.blogspot.com/2011/12/levels-of-expertise.html I consistently evaluate myself against these metrics. As there is a huge difference between experienced and mastery.
I think you overestimate how much you are making and how easy it is to turn money into more money. I’ll take your example and use finance for instance, because that’s what I know. You graduate at 30 and join JPM/MS/GS as an IB associate. You are making 125k base and 225k or so all…
These are some of my favorite background songs for studying/relaxing/reading. Check them out, they are both quite special.
Check out Stanford E corner for some of the best talks on technology, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and much more. These are probably some of the highest quality of talks that I could find. Much higher quality than even TED talks. http://ecorner.stanford.edu/
This is the most inspiration and insightful commencement speech I have come across. I try to listen to this speech every 6 months or so. I learn something new every time and the insight is unparalleled. Highly Recommend. Conan’s speech is funny and offers some quality entertainment.
Read this post last night and thought it provied some really good insight into the different levels of wealth and what it offers. The original question: What do insanely wealthy people buy, that ordinary people know nothing about? “I can answer this one. For some reason, I attract these people into my life. I don’t…