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Lessons From Self Made Billionaires

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NAVAL RAVIKANT

If you need a degree to do it, it’s not going to make you wealthy.

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I, and I alone, am responsible for everything I think and feel.

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Happiness

Happiness

A happy person isn’t someone happy all the time. 

It's someone who effortlessly interprets events in such a way that they don’t lose their innate peace."

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The Measure Of Everything

The Measure Of Everything

  • The measure of wealth is freedom. 
  • The measure of health is lightness.
  • The measure of intellect is judgment.
  • The measure of wisdom is silence.
  • The measure of love is peace.

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A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought - they must be earned.

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Study physics, mathematics, computers, microeconomics, game theory, and persuasion.

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Knowing how little you matter is very important for your mental health and your happiness

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People who live far below their means enjoy a freedom that people busy upgrading their lifestyles can’t fathom.

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Play Your Own Game

Play Your Own Game

To me, the real winners are the ones who step out of the game entirely, who don’t even play the game, who rise above it. Those are the people who have such internal mental and self-control and self-awareness, they need nothing from anybody else.

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Smart People

Smart People

The smartest people can explain things to a child. If you can’t explain it to a child, then you don’t know it. It’s a common saying and it’s very true.

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