Saturday, September 22, 2018


"The number one thing that has made us successful by far is obsessive-compulsive focus on the customer, as opposed to obsession over the competitor." --Jeff Bezos (Source)

All Transcripts From The Tim Ferriss Show (LINK)

Wall Street and the “Vampire Squid”: A Brief History - by Jason Zweig (LINK)

Ray Dalio On The Economy (video) (LINK)
Related book: Big Debt Crises - by Ray Dalio (free PDF HERE)
Bruce Flatt of Brookfield on owning the backbone of the global economy ($) [H/T Linc] (LINK)

3 Investments That May Have Hit Their Peak (LINK)

A Chinese Company Reshaping the World Leaves a Troubled Trail [H/T @WallStCynic] (LINK)

‘Whatever It Takes’ - by Frank K. Martin (LINK)

Amazon and Apple at a Trillion $: A Follow-up on Uncertainty and Catalysts! - by Aswath Damodaran (LINK)

Scott Galloway | Full Video | 2018 Code Commerce (LINK)

Peter Thiel on Trump, Gawker, and Leaving Silicon Valley (video) (LINK)

Yuval Noah Harari in conversation with Terrence McNally at Live Talks Los Angeles (video) (LINK)
Related book: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century
Radiolab Podcast: Infective Heredity (LINK)
Today, a fast moving, sidestepping, gene-swapping free-for-all that would’ve made Darwin’s head spin. 
David Quammen tells us about a shocking way that life can evolve - infective heredity. To figure it all out we go back to the earliest versions of life, and we revisit an earlier version of Radiolab. After reckoning with a scientific icon, we find ourselves in a tangle of genes that sheds new light on peppered moths, drug-resistant bugs, and a key moment in the evolution of life when mammals went a little viral.