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The Great Creator Arbitrage Opportunity | #200 🥳

October 17th, 2022: Greetings from Austin. I’m pumped to be sharing this with you. It’s about 5,000 words and took me longer than I expected to write, but I think you’ll like it. Please share if you think it would help others too. The Great Digital Creator Arbitrage Opportunity

Oct 17, 2022Read More

Believe In Others | #193

In praise of Tyler Cowen

Aug 20, 2022Read More

Should You Put Your Kids on the Elite Education Path? | #215

February 18th, 2023: Greetings from Austin. I’m winding down some of my work this week and starting to shift into preparing for baby mode. Two or so weeks to go…I’m quite excited. +I’m hosting a live Q&A accessible to paid subscribers in Find The Others on Tuesday. You can

Feb 18, 2023Read More

Be Someone People Can Root For | #212

January 28th, 2023: Greetings from Austin and welcome to the many new subscribers that found me from the Tim Ferriss shoutout this week. #1 The Great Contemplation This week I published a piece on Every talking about a broader shift I’ve been seeing in how people are relating to their work. I think many people are underestimating both how much things have changed in the past three years and also how much things will likely continue to change.

Jan 28, 2023Read More

The Inner Game of Life | # 214

February 11th, 2023: Greetings from Austin. We had a mini getaway this week in Hill Country before the baby and I was able to finish a few books and shift into non-doing mode. It was glorious. Here’s our cabin (I could happily live in this).Boundless by Paul Millerd is a free publication that sends a newsletter most Saturdays. If you’d like to gain access to the community, you can consider becoming a paid subscriber.

Feb 11, 2023Read More

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