Well, I'm still alive
Had a jiu-jitsu competition yesterday, and I'm still in one piece. Something to be grateful for :)
Here are this week's links:
- I'll be keeping mine for now: It’s Not Time to Hit the Ejector Seat on Emerging Markets.
- Why not start today? 10 things you can do today to reset your life.
- This video is a great explanation of why you need to invest.
- Not sure I agree: Here’s why you shouldn’t retire super early — even if you can.
- It's all relative: that's rich.
- An ex-military millionaire interview.
- I'm aiming for a 4-5 day weekend: Every Weekend Should Be a 3-Day Weekend.
- What will your retirement look like? Watch What People Do, Not What They Say.
- A nice summary: How to Retire in Your 30s With $1 Million in the Bank.
- How many do you have? Avoiding a Single Point of Financial Failure.
- But will it give them legal protections and help them integrate? Kono says Japan will accept more foreign workers.
- A farmer millionaire interview.
- The end of value? Is Software Eating Value Investing?
- How's your year going? If you haven't made progress in a year.
- What game are you playing? Games worth playing.
- Chop chop: What to Do When You Have Too Many Ideas and Not Enough Time.
- Get a free copy of Ray Dalio's new book here: A Template for Understanding Big Debt Crises.
- Don't worry about your saving, focus on your spending instead: Spending rate versus saving rate.
- I hope this is replaced with other incentives to move to renewables: Japan to more than halve its solar power feed-in tariffs.
- Pretty impressive: nothing into something.
- Good points: live local, think global.
- You are not Warren Buffett: Don’t Take Asset Allocation Advice From Billionaires.
- This is a weird story: The Billion-Dollar Mystery Man and the Wildest Party Vegas Ever Saw.
Phew, a bumper edition this week. Anything you like in there?
And here are the books I am reading/planning to read:
- Death's End (book three in the Chinese SF trilogy I've been reading) -really enjoyed book 1, book 2 was okay, and I have high hopes for this one :)
- The Girl in the Spider's Web (sequel to the Millenium trilogy by a different author but it's supposed to be okay so going to give it a try -more Lisbeth Salander)
- Artificial Condition (sequel to the Murderbot short story I enjoyed -more SF)
- Reset -How to Restart Your Life and Get FU Money (title is cheesy but it seems promising)