A stolen list of rules for life

  1. Do not lie - to yourself or others - unless it serves an altruist purpose.

  2. Stand up straight, clean up yourself, clean up your room and drink a glass of water.

  3. Build leverage - it can be built thru product, content, capital or network - usually they’re interconnected.

  4. Renting out time (freelancing, job) won’t make you rich, but it’s an excellent way to accumulate capital, sometimes even network.

  5. “Hell Yes or No” - focus on few things, but do them well.

  6. Pareto’s principle + Aggregation of marginal returns.

  7. Impatience with action, Patience with results.

  8. A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought - they must be earned. (Addendum: Happiness is peace in motion)

  9. You can never understand everything. But, you should push yourself to understand the system - Finance, Physics, Engineering, Psychology what have you.

  10. Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world.

These quotes are stolen from Naval, Miyamoto Musahashi, Derek Sivers, Jordan Peterson and Ryan Dahl. These are a list of rules I personally try to adhere to. Crossposting here for public reference.