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Friday Wisdom-Paradoxes


If you want to make the wrong decision, ask everyone.  

Naval Ravikant

Decisions are the unit economics of life—choosing one thing is simultaneously the rejection of all other things.

Knowledge not found in schools is the source of money not found in employment.

Being too smart makes you dumb because you analyze your way out of lessons birthed from action. Being too dumb makes you smart because you learn from the mistakes that came from not caring about the risk.  

You don’t need a day off when your work is what you’d be doing on your day off.  

Dan Koe

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