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You can increase your happiness without losing your drive. Transcript: http://nav.al/smart
Transcript: http://nav.al/matt-ridley-2  
Excerpted from the Spearhead podcast: http://spearhead.co
Discovering the truth can change you where self-improvement fails.   Transcript: http://nav.al/truth
Even smart people go along with society’s lies.   Transcript: http://nav.al/consensus
Wise people are quiet. Transcript: http://nav.al/silent  
Peace is happiness at rest. Transcript: http://nav.al/peace-motion  
The mind should be a servant, not a master. Transcript: http://nav.al/peace  
Addiction holds together artificial relationships and fake activities. Transcript: http://nav.al/unacceptable
Pursuing pleasure for its own sake creates addiction. Transcript: http://nav.al/addiction  
Happy people don’t have to work as hard. Transcript: http://nav.al/least  
If you're a driven, unhappy person, your mind will be on 24/7. Transcript: http://nav.al/inefficient
Happiness is returning to a state where nothing is missing. Transcript: http://nav.al/desire
You’re not stuck at your current level of happiness. Transcript: http://nav.al/skill
Happiness is more like poetry than algorithms. Transcript: http://nav.al/math
It's easier to fulfill your material desires than to renounce them. http://nav.al/material
This podcast is a practical philosophy of health, wealth and happiness. Transcript: https://nav.al/philosopher
This giant episode collects every interview I’ve done on “How to Get Rich.” It includes 10 minutes of unreleased material—at the end—on “Finding Time to Invest in Yourself.” Transcript: http://nav.al/rich Seek Wealth, Not Money or Status 1:30 Make Abundance for the World 6:40 Free Markets Are Intrinsic to Humans 10:21 Making Money Isn’t About Luck 14:19 Make Luck Your Destiny 19:25 You Won’t Get Rich Renting Out Your Time 24:00 Live Below Your Means for Freedom 28:40 Give Society What It Doesn’t Know How to Get 31:01 The Internet Has Massively Broadened Career Possibilities 33:44 Play Long-term Games With Long-term People 38:23 Pick Partners With Intelligence, Energy and Integrity 44:24 Partner With Rational Optimists 49:09 Arm Yourself With Specific Knowledge 54:34 Specific Knowledge Is Highly Creative or Technical 1:00:53 Learn to Sell, Learn to Build 1:06:24 Read What You Love Until You Love to Read 1:10:59 The Foundations Are Math and Logic 1:12:00 There’s No Actual Skill Called “Business” 1:16:48 Embrace Accountability to Get Leverage 1:20:06 Take Accountability to Earn Equity 1:25:37 Labor and Capital Are Old Leverage 1:30:06 Product and Media are New Leverage 1:35:01 Product Leverage is Egalitarian 1:39:42 Pick a Business Model With Leverage 1:44:56 Example: From Laborer to Entrepreneur 1:50:51 Judgment Is the Decisive Skill 2:01:15 Set an Aspirational Hourly Rate 2:07:41 Work As Hard As You Can 2:11:26 Be Too Busy to “Do Coffee” 2:16:34 Keep Redefining What You Do 2:20:38 Escape Competition Through Authenticity 2:22:41 Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes 2:28:17 Eventually You Will Get What You Deserve 2:30:53 Reject Most Advice 2:35:00 A Calm Mind, a Fit Body, a House Full of Love 2:37:55 There Are No Get Rich Quick Schemes 2:42:02 Productize Yourself 2:46:42 Accountability Means Letting People Criticize You 2:48:55 We Should Eventually Be Working for Ourselves 2:55:33 Being Ethical Is Long-Term Greedy 2:56:58 Envy Can Be Useful, or It Can Eat You Alive 3:00:23 Principal-Agent Problem: Act Like an Owner 3:03:51 Kelly Criterion: Avoid Ruin 3:10:33 Schelling Point: Cooperating Without Communicating 3:12:03 Turn Short-Term Games Into Long-Term Games 3:13:55 Compounding Relationships Make Life Easier 3:16:36 Price Discrimination: Charge Some People More 3:19:04 Consumer Surplus: Getting More Than You Paid For 3:20:14 Net Present Value: What Future Income Is Worth Today 3:21:03 Externalities: Calculating the Hidden Costs of Products 3:22:05 Bonus Material: Finding Time to Invest in Yourself 3:23:47
Excerpted from the Spearhead podcast: http://spearhead.co
Externalities let you account for the true cost of products by including hidden costs like environmental damage. • Pricing externalities properly is more effective than feel-good measures 0:32 • Properly pricing externalities can save resources in a tremendous way 1:10 Transcript: http://nav.al/externalities
Calculate what future income is worth today by applying a discount to its future value. • Figure out what future income is worth today by applying a discount rate 0:00 Transcript: http://nav.al/npv
A lot of people are willing to pay more than what companies charge. • Consumer surplus is the extra value you get when you pay less than you were willing 0:00 Transcript: http://nav.al/surplus
You can charge people for extras based on their propensity to pay. • Price discrimination is a technique for charging certain people more 0:00 • Rich people and large enterprises are willing to pay more 0:51 Transcript: http://nav.al/price-discrimination
Life gets a lot easier when you know someone’s got your back. • Compounding relationships make life easier 0:00 • It’s better to have a few compounding relationships than many shallow ones 1:11 • It takes just as much effort to create a small business as a large one 1:40 Transcript: http://nav.al/relationships
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Podcast Details

Created by
Naval Ravikant
Podcast Status
Finished
Started
Feb 23rd, 2019
Latest Episode
Jul 15th, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
73
Avg. Episode Length
11 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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