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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May26Post.mp4 There are many ways to differentiate us human animals from the rest of the animals. One is that animals all play the zero sum game. Evolution is driven by natural selection. Natural selection is accurately described as "survival of the fittest." You've got a jungle that can support 100 monkeys. Every generation, 120 monkeys are born. Those that can hack it in monkey jungle get to survive. Those that don't, well... Sucks to be them. This is a zero sum game. For one monkey to get more bananas,
I remember my very first “burning desire.” I wanted to buy this electronic kit from Radio Shack. But I didn’t have any money, and my parents wouldn't give me any. And if I saved up my allowance, it would take several weeks. I didn't want to wait. So I got busy, and eventually got it. Napoleon Hill talked about the burning desire. Unfortunately, many people misunderstand a lot of Hill’s work. His book, “Think and Grow Rich,” is unlike most books on money. Most books on money are filled with esoteric nonsense. And nearly all of them promise some
There are plenty of paradoxes in life. Some are pretty cool. On a deeper level, these aren't really paradoxes. They are a function of how our brains perceive reality. Our brains evolved to perceive macro events. Apples falling from trees, counting discretely. For example, the main reason we have a base ten number system is because we have ten fingers. But in reality, you can have any base number system you want. Way back in the day, nobody needed to write anything down. Then people stopped hunting and began farming. And this is when they needed