How to Study History for Business and Investing

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Everyone who aspires to be good at business and investing should study history.

(And not just the history of Continue Reading…

How to Study History (the top 10 tips)

How to study history best books

August 6, 1806.Continue Reading…

Timeless Lessons on Process & Creativity from 3 Musical Masters

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[Picture taken on top of a mountain by Lake Ashi, ~40 minutes from Mt. Fuji.]

If you’ve ever been to Japan you’d know it’s just as beautiful as it is depicted in the movie The Last Samurai.

That’s why guys like Larry Ellison and Steve Jobs went there for inspiration…Continue Reading…

First Ever English Episode of 25 Minuter: Interview with the Multi-Talented Edmund Lowman

25 min google+I’ve been asked by lots of SGM readers (and other English speaking people) about 25 Minuter, the podcast I do together with Mikael Syding.

Unfortunately, all of our episodes are in Swedish. Until just now. . .

We just put out our first ever episode in English. Continue Reading…

15 Lessons Learned from Mikael Syding

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We had just finished a 2-hour workout and got out of the gym.

—Now I was going to pick Mikael’s brain: was he going to head a new billion-dollar hedge fund, take one of the CEO positions he had been offered, or maybe become a full-time angel investor? It was not an easy decision to make. . .Continue Reading…

How to Be Real in a World of Fakes

How to be real in a world of fakes butterfly mimicryIt strikes me that modern men are a lot like insects.

You see, many insects protect themselves by mimicking the appearance of ‘badder insects’, the sort that you don’t want to mess with.Continue Reading…

Worldly Wisdom from Lee Kuan Yew: 9 Lessons You Can Learn from LKY

lessons from Lee Kuan Yew LKYFriends, today is a sad day.

One of the greatest men of the 20th (and 21st) century, a political genius, died today: Lee Kuan Yew.

He became 91 years old, and remained sharp as a tack to his last breath.

Who was Lee Kuan Yew?Continue Reading…

How to Build Something From Nothing And Be #1 at it (the Arnold Effect)

Last week I told you. . .Arnold effect

. . .That megastars aren’t just supported by the crowd.

Except for their elite skill and their entertainment value, there is another a reason they’ve have risen meteorically, and it’s because. . .Continue Reading…

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