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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan10_Post.mp4 Everything seems easy in retrospect. Ideas that make people millions are pretty easy. Unless you're a chemist or engineer, coming up with money making inventions does NOT rely on brainpower. But even if you don't consider yourself an "idea person" you can still do pretty well with some basic skills. Especially now more than ever. Despite how chaotic the modern economy is, there are still many opportunities. Sure, they won't fall magically into your lap and lead straight to millions. But there are many, man
  2. When I was a kid I loved physics. In junior high school I was reading books on quantum physics. They were the kind that had all the math taken out. When I got to college I naturally studied physics. The math was clearly the toughest part. It's one thing to think about concepts in the abstract. But in order to do experiments and take measurements, you need a lot of math. (Even Einstein had to find a math friend to help him with general relativity.) Every class was more or less the same. Before I learned the math, it was intimidating and frustrating.
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