A collection of resources ranging from books, podcasts, articles, and a lot more coming soon.
This page acts as a knowledge repository for the website. A lot of recommendations, a lot of how-to’s, a whole lot of information!
I am planning to keep this a live page. When I stumble on a new reading resource that I feel is really good, I will add it to this page.
Hope you enjoy my recommendations.
Accurate as of 3 January 2021
The Knowledge Project (Ep #82 Bill Ackman: Getting Back Up) – Bill Ackman is a legendary activist investor. In this episode, he shares his lessons learned growing up, what drives him forward and back up from failure and facing criticisms.
Naval (Seek Wealth, Not Money or Status) – Naval is the Founder of AngelList. This podcast is based on his tweet-storm in 2018. In this podcast, he explains each tweet in more detail. If you want to listen to the podcast in long-form (which is what I did), it is available on Youtube here.
Tim Ferriss (Tribe of Mentors) – Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and best-selling author known for his book, The Four Hour Work Week. I came across his book back in 2019, and it changed my perspectives on work, productivity, and living life. After revisiting the book a year later, here is a summary and my thoughts.
Charlie Munger on Reading and Thinking:
- “Wisdom acquisition is a moral duty. It’s not just something you do to advance in life. (repeats) Wisdom acquisition is a moral duty. And there’s a corollary to that proposition which is very important. It means that you’re hooked for life-time learning. And without lifetime learning, you people are not going to do very well. You are not going to get very far in life based on what you already know. You’re going to advance in life by what you’re going to learn after you leave here (University).” – Charlie Munger
Warren Buffett on Reading and Thinking:
- “Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge builds up, like compound interest.”— Warren Buffett
- “We don’t read other people’s opinions. We want to get the facts, and then think.”— Warren Buffett