Each day, I ‘pay myself’ a minimum of one hour but ideally two. It’s my time to learn, be entertained, lower stress and improve myself. The best investment you’ll make is in yourself.
In 2018, one of my three goals is to spend two hours each working day on learning a computer language and reading.
Here’s a collection of some great psychology, finance and investing podcasts, books and blogs, I consumed this week. Reading for knowledge — rather than entertainment — is really important to me.
Collaborative Fund is one of my must-read blogs. It focuses on venture capital, risk, behaviour, investing strategy and more.
(I read more but the list could go on forever)
Written by Shane Parrish, you won’t find a better blog and community of people who want to think better. I’m working my way through Farnam’s 113 mental models.
Farnam Street’s learnings apply as much to investing as they do business and everyday life.
Probably the best investing presentation I’ve ever heard. And that doesn’t do it justice.
I’ve had this book for what seems like an age but I only started reading it this week. I’m about half-way through it, so I can’t offer an informed opinion.
I’ve been reading this book for months. It’s a deep dive into the metaphysics of quality and value.
Invest Like The Best
One of the best podcasts I know. The best finance podcast I know of. This week, I re-listened to Patrick’s interview with Farnam Street’s Shane Parrish.
Animal Spirits Podcast
This is a new podcast by Mike Batnick and Ben Carlson of Ritholtz Wealth Management. It is shorter episodes, which makes them easy listening when you’re in the car or train for 20 minutes. The podcasts are a funny and insightful take on financial markets and investing. They also share some of their best books and articles from the week.
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