“We suffer for the simple reason that suffering is biologically useful. It is nature’s preferred agent for inspiring change. We have evolved to always live with a certain degree of dissatisfaction and insecurity, because it’s the mildly dissatisfied and insecure creature that’s going to do the most work to innovate and survive.“
– Mark Manson
My last creation!
Create a customized mobile app for you and your partner, friends, or family, to keep track of your plans.
After almost 5 months working in investment banking, I see the need to diversify to minimize risks in all kind of situations.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about technological diversification. I’m referring to the technology products and services (both web and physical) that we use continuously.
"Formal education will make you a living. Self-education will make you a fortune."
– Jim Rohn
Almost 5 months ago I wrote the post “What is going on with Mt. Gox?” due to the closure and bankruptcy of the, until then, most famous foreign exchange house with bitcoins.
It was a post with possible theories about what happened and what we, the people with bitcoins there, could do.
This morning I found this comic in reddit and I really like its meaning so I’m sharing it here.
It uses the graphics of old the old games, which just allowed to go forward, to make a metaphor about life, limits, and how sometimes you have to leave behind things you love to be able to go on…
Today I’ll talk about a book that after hearing good reviews of it, I gave it for Father’s day, and it has inspired my father and me a lot.
Its name is “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin Sharma.
Vanguard is a U.S. investment company with around 2 trillion dollars in assets.
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
– Jim Rohn
Although it sounds very strong, most people don’t know how to manage their money.
We are using it everyday, how is it that we know so little about it?
In our capitalist society this should, at least, be of concern. It’s like playing a board game without knowing the rules, we are destined to lose (ruin in this case).