Everyone who aspires to be good at business and investing should study history.
(And not just the history of Continue Reading…
[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…
[From: The Commonplace of Ludvig Sunström.]
[Title: How Did Pokemon GO Become Popular?]
[Tagged: Musings, Lollapalooza Effects.]
(All of which are explained below.)Continue Reading…
Alternate title: The best article ever written about optimizing your learning process and becoming smarter than 99% of people.
I was watching the new X-Men movie with someContinue Reading…
The education system is in shambles, and it has been for quite some time now.
This is not weird. Old things break or go obsolete all the time. Why should this be any different?Continue Reading…
Lots of people have asked me about commonplacing over the last two-something years.
Fair enough. I’m probably the biggest commonplacing master around.
…or so I thought, because commonplacing came very naturally to me. But it seems like it’s not natural at all for most people, even though they want to learn how. ↩
Most people know very little about history, and they think it’s boring.
They also think it’s useless:
“What’s the point of knowing the names and dates of this person or that event!?”
There is a point. Actually, there are several.
Studying history is surprisingly useful — and grossly underestimated.
Read on, and I’ll tell you why.Continue Reading…
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If you’re under 30, it’s not about making quick money. It’s about building yourself up to be in a position to benefit from opportunities.— LudvigSunstrom (@LudvigSGM) 22 maj 2016