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Apple lost $179.92 bil­lion in mar­ket cap­i­tal­iza­tion Thurs­day (03/Sep/2020), the largest one-day loss for a US-listed com­pany on record.

The drop was larger than the in­di­vid­ual mar­ket cap­i­tal­iza­tions of 470 of the 500 com­pa­nies in the S&P 500, ac­cord­ing to Dow Jones.

— @.fxmacro /9

You are your habits. You are the things you do every day.

— @.smilingerik /10

Knowing how little you matter is very important for your mental health and your happiness

— @.naval /11

is not a disorder, the study authors argue. Rather it is an evolutionary mismatch to the modern learning environment we have constructed.

h/t @.alex_petralia /12

It’s so easy to laugh, it’s so easy to hate, it takes strength to be gentle and kind.

the Smiths /13

Fear is an excuse created by your mind to stop you from doing what you want.

— @.Thenakedpoet2 /14

Failure is success in progress.

— Albert Einstein /15

How would anyone buy ? It's so expensive.. /s

10,000 btc = $104 million

/16

100 million sats is your favorite unit? 1 trillion sats is my favorite unit.. it's so convenient. /s

1 trillion sats = $104 million

/17

King Tutankhamun's mummified body contains the oldest known genetic proof of the existence of .

— @.UberFacts /18

You cannot go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.

— CS Lewis /19

As of block 646,800, 88.0% of all BTC has been mined. Only 2,520,000 BTC left to mine!

— @.BtcBlockBot /21

Much of the problems of modernity is taking religion literally and science metaphorically, rather than the reverse.

— @.nntaleb /23

Don't seek respect from others.

Seek self-respect.

— @.orangebook_ /25

These past few weeks I've learned something about the phrase:

"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

Most people hate themselves, judge themselves, spite themselves. Then they "do unto others".

— @.jaltucher /27

The difference between successful social media accounts and really successful social media accounts is that really successful social media accounts say no to posting almost everything.

— @.mkobach /28

Your brain loves shortcuts.

Whatever you keep repeating, the brain will make automatic; so use this to your advantage when forming good habits.

— @.PathPolymath /29

You are richer than 93% of people.

Not in money, but in time.

108 billion people have lived throughout history. 93% of them are dead.

You have what every king & queen, every pharaoh & ruler, every CEO & celebrity of the past would give their wealth for:

Today.

— @.JamesClear /31

A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan next week.

— @.Austen /32

Changing your interpretation of your past is often just as good as changing your past.

— @.naval /34

Get it done now. The anxiety of continually thinking about a task you're not doing, and beating yourself up over it, is often more difficult (and time-consuming) than actually doing it.

— @.neilstrauss /35

You exist if and only if you are free to do things without a visible objective, with no justification and, above all, outside the dictatorship of someone else's narrative.

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb /36

Of Europe’s 100 most valuable companies, not a single one was founded in the last forty years.

Compare this to the Amazons, Googles, and Facebooks of America.

@.tomhfh /37

Learn to handle the pain and you'll learn to delay the pleasure.

@.Thenakedpoet2 /38

There are two types of competition.

Outward: you compete in a marketplace and win or lose on merits, tactics, and / or advantage.

Inward: the ability to avoid or succumb to self-defeat.

I’ve witnessed more lost to inward competition than the former. Don’t defeat yourself.

@.web /39

Eating well now makes it easier to eat well in the future.

Exercising now makes it easier to exercise in the future.

Working on your craft now makes it easier to work on your craft in the future.

Doing the right thing now makes it easier to do the right thing in the future.

@.1adityajoshi /41

All self-help boils down to "choose long-term over short-term."

@.naval /44

This is important thing to remember:

1. Just because it brings you pleasure doesn’t mean you should pursue it.

2. Just because it brings you pain doesn’t mean you should avoid it.

@.smilingerik /45

Follow

An exercise bike: $299

An iPad: $399

An exercise bike with an iPad on it: $3999

A company that sells a subscription for an exercise bike with an iPad on it: $29,999,999,999

@.vetleforsland /47

Character is how you treat those who can do nothing for you

WA /48

On social media:

If you are consuming 90%+ of the time instead of creating - you are not using social media, social media is using you.

@.smilingerik /50

Being happy is a pointless goal. It’s simply a side effect of doing something you enjoy.

@.Kpaxs /51

I’m so full of what is right.. I can’t see what is good.

— Neil Peart /52

Your calendar is a better measure of success than your bank account.

@.JamesClear /53

A man without a heroic bent starts dying at the age of thirty.

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb /54

People don't burnout because they're overworked.

They burnout because they're bored.

@.JasonYanowitz /55

Failure saves lives. In the airline industry, every time a plane crashes the probability of the next crash is lowered by that.

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb /57

The book without a name by an author without a name.

— E. S. Ariel, 1848

*book
*author

/58

It is easier to macrobullshit than to microbullshit.

— @.nntaleb /59

When you worry, you suffer before something has even happened.

When you suffer before something has happened, you suffer more than necessary.

— @.smilingerik /60

Even better than being loved is being in love.

— @.naval /61

Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.

— Lao Tzu /62

The part of your work that’s new every time is the craft.

The part that’s the same every time is the toil.

— @.naval /63

Luck is more important than hard work, but hard work increases luck.

— @.orangebook_ /64

When you invest in a coach you invest in speed.

— @.FitFounder /65

Skills and knowledge are useless without the courage to act.

— @.orangebook_ /66

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