Last week, I shared with you about the insights I got from being self-employed. There I wrote that – thanks to my online business – I no longer have a day job since 2009. Moreover, I have decided from the beginning that control is important and have designed my work accordingly.
I recently read the book summary of Life 3.0. It describes a future, called Life 3.0, where artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a dominant force in the world. At that time, there is a possibility that AI would rule the world because it has superintelligence that far surpasses human intelligence.
Here we are in 2018. Being in the beginning of a new year, it’s a good time to start maximizing our personal growth this year. How can we do that? How can we maximize our personal growth? There is a key principle you need to follow for that. The principle is this: Move out of your comfort zone Yes, move out of your comfort zone. Why? Because you can’t grow if you just stay in your comfort zone.
I recently read Warren Buffett’s Ground Rules. It’s a book about Warren Buffett’s investing principles in his partnership years (1956 – 1970), the years before Berkshire Hathaway. The idea of the book is that he managed a relatively small sum back then so the principles are more applicable to individual investors. The book is an investing book, but also I learned life lessons from it. Here are eight timeless life lessons from Warren Buffett that can help you get ahead in life: