Man’s Search for Meaning, Published in 1946 by Nazi concentration camp survivor and acclaimed psychiatrist, Dr. Viktor Frankl
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# 12 – The Case Against Bitcoin Part I: Bitcoin is Only Used for Illegal Activity
Let’s forget that the U.S. dollar is the favorite currency of criminals, and that the banks themselves have been the largest supporters of money laundering.
#10 – The Best is The Enemy of The Good
“The best is the enemy of the good.” – Voltaire “Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.” – Confucious “Striving to better, oft we mar what’s well.” – Shakespeare I’m a perfectionist. An enneagram type 1. It comes with its pros and cons – pros being that I am diligent and deliberiousContinue reading “#10 – The Best is The Enemy of The Good”
#7 – Face Your Fears
What is fear? What keeps you up at night?
#4 – Stop Saying “Sorry”
I’m done saying sorry for shit that I’m not really sorry for. I’m done apologizing for being myself.
#3 – Outer Space Perspective
Once upon a time, I heard that we look at the stars and we feel a deep existential curiosity about who we are because we humans are, at least to some degree, made up of actual stardust.