Investor | Business Builder | Writer | Existence Enthusiast
Project Shekel: From Bronze to Blockchain
Money solves problems. It also creates many of them. It's a double-edged sword that most of us spend our time fumbling around with and end up getting sliced. Our wounds bring us anxiety, uncertainty, and doubt about our future. That's why I'm starting my own media & education service centred on breaking down the core principles of investing & personal finance all wrapped up in a philosophical twist: Project Shekel.
How I Became the Managing Director of A Company at 23
I'd just gotten out of the surf and opened the door of my van when I could hear the faint rhythmic buzzing of ringing phone in the glovebox. I leaned over the front seat and fished through its messy contents until I grabbed my phone and answered.
The Architecture of Overcoming
"I declare unto you the three metamorphoses of the spirit: how the spirit becometh a Camel, the Camel a Lion, and the Lion at length a Child." - Friedrich Nietzsche: Thus Spake Zarathustra
You Can Now Invest Directly in Content Creators (& Yourself)
Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain networks that they reside upon have risen to prominence as a viable financial investment in recents years. Traditionally, cryptocurrencies have been viewed as an extremely risky and volatile investment.
How to Fix Who We are on the Internet
People on the internet are assholes. No really. If you've ever scrolled through a politically oriented Twitter thread or a Facebook post long enough, you'll come across some seriously impressive spectacles of offensive language. If people sat next to one another in a room, I can guarantee there is absolutely no conceivable way that we would speak to one another the way we do online without punches being thrown.
I only come alive before a war, the holy place where everyone can be right; Never will I die at the parched blade’s edge,
Fugue in Kerosene Minor
I followed Ginsberg through the kaleidoscope maze of Moloch, Blind and subtle madness drooling from corners of the mouth torn by cruel grinning in grandfather night,