Last week, I read how sequoia trees rely on stress to survive. The heat from such fires warms up the tree's pinecones, causing them to open and thus drop seeds into the newly clear ground. Apparently, sequoias depend on raging forest fires, nature is truly fascinating.
A question I like to ask during interviews is, “what’s something that’s easy for you to do but hard for others?” The alternative to this question, and…
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My twenties were years of exploration and adventures. I lived in 9 countries. Started several companies. Trekked the Himalayas. Spent nearly a year on a…
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Fourteen years ago, I announced that I plan to study abroad to family and friends. Back then, I was 17 years old, and the thought of leaving Bulgaria…
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On Bitcoin, ignorance, doing great work, longevity, and the man in the arena.
A few months back, I needed help hiring a few great freelancers. So I naturally posted on LinkedIn asking for recommendations. Within 24 hours, my inbox…
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Early career years are painful. You feel lost, insecure, and confused most of the time. I wish I had a cheatsheet of principles when I was starting. So…
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Earlier this month, I wrote on how generalists are misunderstood. How specialization was important in the past, but that’s not necessarily the case…
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