Here’s a list of the books that have had the biggest impact on my life:
Here are some powerful blogs that have changed my perspective on many things:
Goes deep into markets, geopolitics, finance, economics, and news from a “non-mainstream” perspective. A favorite.
Keeps me up-to-date on markets, news, and politics worldwide, all in a two-minute email a day. Well worth it.
Keeps me up-to-date on the exponential technologies that are radically transforming the world.
Great monthly analysis of emerging consumer trends all around the world.
The best new startups every day in your inbox. An absolute must for anyone interested in technology and entrepreneurship.
Weekly updates from the quintessential human guinea pig. Always entertaining and fascinating.
His homepage says, “I write personal development advice that doesn’t suck.” We’ll go with that.
Weekly insights from the integral world.
Ancient Taoist wisdom to inspire you once a week. Surprisingly accurate and useful.
This is how I listen to ~2 audiobooks per week (at 3x playback speed).
This app is an absolute life-saver, as it wakes you up at the right time in your sleep cycle to ensure that you feel as rested as possible.
This is where I do my investing. Invest in trends and ideas, not just single stocks. Get $100 for signing up through this link.
Replaces all ads on the internet with collections of inspirational images that you curate.
Tracks your finances automatically. Really helpful for managing your $$$.
Free credit score/reports anytime.
Sends you analytics on all your internet use, automatically tracking your productivity every week. A must.
Automatically adjusts the backlight on your computer at night, which helps you go to sleep easier once you’re done.
The best calendar out there, with 1-click meeting scheduling.
Love the simple swipe functions on this email client.
They have a “Discover Weekly” playlist that sends you a curated list of songs which their algorithm determined you’d love (based on every other song you’ve ever listened to on Spotify). Genius.
Much better for mixes and social than Spotify.
This software flashes messages (that you choose) to your subconscious mind as you use your computer, powerful stuff.
A must for note-taking and documents across devices.