The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

No this is not a rant or some sort of philosophical post about life or a traumatic experience. Mark Manson wrote a book with the title and it happened to have some hidden wisdom inside. The title is misleading because the core principles of the book are actually about giving a f*ck but choosing what … More The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck


Finding My Virginity

Richard Branson, I’ve come to recently learn more about and respect through his two autobiographies. I read his first autobiography Losing my Virginity that talks about his early life, career, and experiences. I found that story to be truly inspiring and engaging that it was only after I finished reading it I realized he had … More Finding My Virginity

Spartan Race and a Moment of Compassion

I’ve written about obstacle course runs before and how I’ve always wanted to compete in a competitive run (if you missed the first post Overcoming Obstacles…Literally Here it is). Well to start the year off I did the Spartan Sprint Race and I had a few friends who were half committed but I chose not … More Spartan Race and a Moment of Compassion

More Money Than God – Book Review

Hedge fund… when you hear about hedge funds you may have a mixed emotional response from greed to admiration. Hedge funds are a very important part of the modern finance industry and Sebastian Mallaby’s More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Global Elite details the history of hedge funds. There … More More Money Than God – Book Review

Lessons from the Winter Olympics

Sweat, hustle, and grind are all words that are used to describe athletes who work hard to master their craft. We also use these words to describe entrepreneurs and business people who put in more effort than others. The parallel between sports and business is apparent in this manner. There are examples of the best … More Lessons from the Winter Olympics