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The US war on poverty

In 1964, US President Johnson declared war on poverty. He stated that the wealthiest nation on Earth should be able to beat it.

Yet, up to that point, the US had no official measure of poverty and no statistics on its scope, form or changing nature.

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Poverty in 2021 looks different than in 1964 – but the US hasn't changed how it measures who's poor


Tokyo - A prosperous city

Tokyo was almost destroyed during World War II but was quickly rebuilt and reinvented itself as a world leader in manufacturing and technology.

Today, Tokyo is Japan's economic centre. The city is safe and prosperous and known for its glamour and cosmopolitanism. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most populous metropolitan area in the world, with over 37 million residents.

Centers of Progress: Tokyo (Technology)


What is a Passport?

A passport is issued to a country’s citizens for international travel and identification.

  • A passport is used to verify one’s country of citizenship. If traveling outside your country, it is used to regain entry into your country of citizenship.
  • Passports include your photo, name, birth date, gender and physical characteristics.
  • Diplomats and government officials are granted different passports than what's given to regular travelers.

What is the Difference Between a Passport and a Visa?



The 'less is more' term is applied to many philosophies, products or lifestyle choices.

The definitions are broad, from intending to reflect on the damage we're doing to the world to Marie Kondo method that helps people live meaningful lives with less. Marie encourages people to declutter and only hold on to the possessions that 'sparks joy.'

Have we got minimalism all wrong?


A sustainable competitive advantage

Warren Buffett states that if you aren't willing to own a stock for ten years, don't even think about owning it for ten minutes.

Human nature is most concerned with short term loss aversion, not long-term gain seeking. Because we are so short-term oriented, it's an enormous advantage if you can operate on a longer time than the competition. Having a ten, twenty, and thirty-year track record of ethical behaviour is a very defensive career position.

6 Essential Insights on The Future from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger


  • Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer money network. You don't have to pay a fee to a bank when you send money to another party.
  • Bitcoin is finite. There can only be 21 million bitcoin in the world. More than 17 million have already been mined while the rest will be released at a predictable mining rate.
  • Anyone can access the public parts of the ledger of transactions or "blockchain." If you can keep your wallet anonymous, no institution need to know who you are.

How bitcoin grew up and became big money


The Garment Loved By All: Jeans

Cowboys, supermodels, farmers, Presidents and housewives have one garment in common: Jeans.

Jeans are comfortable, durable, attractive, cool and easy to own and wear, hence have a wide appeal among all sections of society.

How jeans conquered the world


  • The short-term decisions, impulsive buying, and the "I want it now" mindset is hindering every progress we make away from achieving our financial goals.
  • We constantly spend on things that have little to no value for ourselves, such as lattes, daily pizza dinners, and even beer.
  • We aren't consciously thinking about our money and the repercussions of each and every single choice we make.
Money Hacks

# Writing every transaction down

# Using a spreadsheet to track your spending habits

# Loving credit cards

# Never thinking of purchases in terms of *present* value

# Studying computers (there are loads of unfilled computer jobs)

# Using tools that aggregate all of your accounts into one place.

6 of My Favorite Money Hacks


Marketers often fight the most brutal battles in the form of comparative advertising - directly comparing one company's product to another.

Once the advertising is up, the opposition can decide to either hit back or ignore its competitor.

The 12 Most Intense Marketing Wars Ever



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