The author’s key argument is that money earned in exchange for time is not wealth (as in a job). The only way to earn wealth and get rich is to remove time from the equation (as in business or investment)
Red Roulette is a tell-all story of a nouveau riche Chinese millionaire about how he and his business partners had to navigate the immensely corrupt Chinese government to get things done.
The central idea of the book is that to follow through on a good habit one only needs to be 1% better every time.
The book has permanently changed how I view advertisements (most of marketing is bullshit and outright lies) and corporate greed (it’s worse than I thought).
Something interesting is coming. I’ve been working on an unorthodox method of learning developery stuff – languages, frameworks, libraries quickly and productively. The first step in that direction is to set up a video platform for content delivery and a basic companion website. Today morning I bought the domain anurock.dev. I’ve been using the “anurock” […]