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10. Avoid extreme ideologies - be logical and product agnostic. Never build your whole identity around a cult-like obsession with one crypto/nft. Most of the arguments for why one crypto is so great, are really not that intelligent. You will see this over the next few months.
9. The strongest brand name cryptos have by far the best chance of survival during this dip. Use “old uncle” test - if ur older uncle has never heard of it, it’s not yet “crossed the chasm” into being a brand. Yet even buying well-known crypto brands wont guarantee ur success
8. Therefore “buying the dip” is often treacherous advice to follow.
7. In terms of “buying the dip”: Most of the current cryptos/NFTs are heavy on “vision” but not on operations or business acumen so they will most likely die.
6. Therefore you have to wait for a few waves/crashes to come and go for stability to enter the industry. This can take decades before the highly conscientious, non-visionaries see sufficient traction to switch from their old “safe” legacy industries to something like crypto.
5. The catch 22 is people who are conscientious (good at operations) are usually more conservative than visionaries and don’t join the first wave of product launches.
4. You have to understand the psychometrics of Crypto founders (personality type science): The early entrants into markets are usually skilled at being visionaries but not at execution/operations/attention to detail. They often score low on conscientiousness on the HEXACO score
3. This doesn’t mean at a macro level the technology is bad. The first muskets exploded when u shot them in battle. They were more likely to kill YOU then the enemy! Yet guns eventually surpassed spears & bow & arrows. Crypto is similar. A powerful idea still in its infancy.
2. Most brands in any new technology are subject to a “Cambrian extinction” dip (that extinction was about 15% of the total Cambrian explosion period) - this is why I now buy and operate brands that have stood the test of time for 50-100 years (like Pier 1 or Steinmart).
1. It’s dangerous to be in any new technology/trend early in the life cycle. For example: From 1900 to 1919 when automobiles were new, 2,000 car companies launched and died in just the USA alone. No one really remembers any of them. Massive money was lost.
Here are my 10 thoughts on the current CRYPTO CRASH and “buying the dip” which incorporate my interest in evolutionary psychology and psychometrics (the science of personality types):
"A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought - they must be earned." @naval
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Who’s hanging in there today?
Financial Metrics every business owner should know:
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I contacted @Chewy last week to see if I could return an unopened bag of my dog’s food after he died. They 1) gave me a full refund, 2) told me to donate the food to the shelter, and 3) had flowers delivered today with the gift note signed by the person I talked to?? 😭🥹
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It's quite possible that pandemic-related supply-chain disruption will kill far more people (hunger: remember that?) than the idiot panicked lockdowns saved. youtu.be/kNv6LSpOqok
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"Retirement starts when you stop sacrificing today for some imaginary tomorrow. You retire by saving up enough money, becoming a monk, or by finding work that feels like play to you." @naval
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This memory trick works better than anything else I know to remember names.
What’s the actual mathematical number of highly compatible “soul mates” each human has…
"If you don’t care to be liked, they can’t touch you." @naval
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This will be controversial since we all know people who have some of these traits but don’t do well with money. But It’s that last sub facet “business prudence” that is most rare and is the limiting factor for most.
Is lack of self awareness the biggest thing holding back most entrepreneurs? @garyvee
How to get better at all things Google:
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When you ask a great master or a real expert for advice, they give you seemingly vague or non-specific answers, they shun being prescriptive. What they think matters is not what you believe matters. Further, they know you will misinterpret a specific answer.
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The hard truth is that more people are probably hurt from the stock market rising than the stock market crashing…
Health comes mostly through discipline not from one particular diet. Stick with almost any diet and the body transforms.
Most wealth is primarily created by out of the ordinary gross margins. Gross margin disappears through competition. One must catch trends early to create wealth.
The actual spiritual people rarely talk about spirituality…
Movement creates wealth. Don’t get stuck. When In doubt, pivot and move.
RadioShack is #1 TVL growth this week on Avalanche! twitter.com/Avax_News/stat…
Whatever people tell you they are, they aren’t… (Example: If they insist how honest they are, they probably will be first to rip you off)…
The problem with getting advice from social media is that the truth is complex but everyone wants simple answers…
Every time in business you try to make more profit and it doesn’t work out - that’s your invitation to build something even better than the idea that didn’t work out…
I’m building an educational course on what I learned living with the Amish for 2.5 years on leaving the city & growing your own food and living a more natural life. What should I call the course?
RadioShack token & new Knowledge meme token I co-founded are literally #5 and #7 most traded pools (# of transactions) on the entire Ethereum network right now…
The tension in life is that you have to both take massive action like today was your last day, yet also plan patiently as if you’ll live a long time…
Wealth creation is an outgrowth of being faithful with the little things…
Every time I open social media, I realize how much more I like books…
RadioShack crypto token I cofounded had more than doubled recently. 11% growth today alone. Crazy!
There is always someone doing better. Stay humble (but hungry)…
Who’s ready for a big year?
One day you’ll look back on life & realize that most of what stressed you out wasn’t really such a big deal…
Is this a good or bad thing for the world? (I’ve been buying up farmland to convert to organic but only have 1300 acres so far. Small potatoes it seems ha!)
3 ways you can handle people who criticize & laugh at you: 1. Ostrich head in sand: Ignore 2. Overly sensitive: Let it affect you 3. Michael Jordan: Let it fuel your competitive juices to prove them wrong Third way is underrated….
Whenever you feel lost, it’s way better to just get hyper active doing anything (even if turns out to be wrong thing), then just sitting around overthinking…
It’s one thing to know thyself. It’s a more difficult thing to follow that knowledge.
The 3 main traits to remove from yourself & avoid in others: more than 20% weird, dramatic, or fearful…
The penalty for procrastination is the loss of hopes and dreams.
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