Monthly Learning Journal 13 (1/3/2021)

Hi RIP readers, welcome to the March 2021 edition of the Monthly Learning journal (MLJ).

Luckily for you, this edition will be shorter than usual… LOL, why do I keep promising the unpromisable?

I’ve had a crazy second half of February (going public, going viral, launching services, hundreds of people reaching me out…) where I had literally no extra time to read, watch, listen and learn. Let’s not even talk about “leisure”…

Anyway, Today MLJ themes are: Wealth, Investing, Thinking, and being a multitude πŸ™‚

This MLJ is also available in my public Roam Database with expanded notes when available, and some extra content πŸ˜‰

Next Episode on Monday April 5th, 2021. (in 5 weeks this time, with 25% more content!)

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Monthly Learning Journal 12 (1/2/2021)

Hi RIP readers, welcome to the Monthly Learning journal.

It’s been an intense month. Many things happened in RIP household and on the webs, and I’m spending maaaaybe too much time on the internets these days.

I’m trying to make this MLJ short (LOL) because I’m prepping the 2020 Q4 Update Part 3, which will be the beginning of a new era for RIP πŸ™‚

This Month WLJ themes are: investing, mastery, goals vs systems, thinking, and the anti-FIRE crowd.

Next Episode on Monday March 1st, 2021.

This MLJ is also available in my public Roam DatabaseΒ with expanded notes when available, and extra content πŸ˜‰

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Monthly Learning Journal 11 (4/1/2021)

Hi RIP readers, welcome to the Monthly Learning journal, hopefully in its final frequency format.

I started my curation series with the ambition to publish an episode on each Monday, but it lasted for just 3 weeks. I slowed the frequency down to “every other Monday”, and it lasted another 7 episodes.

I hope the Monthly format (first Monday of each month) will be sustainable for me to publish, and rich enough for you to appreciate.

I didn’t take into account that the total time spent reading/watching/listening to podcasts didn’t slow down on my side. Halving publishing frequency implies doubling posts size πŸ™‚

To avoid reducing the series to a Dirac distribution, I’m also going to filter much harder. Moving more content down to the “Other Content” section, and sadly cutting some good content out.

Maybe I’ll switch back to a weekly or biweekly format, but drastically limiting the number of entries. Or maybe I’ll move this series directly in my public Roam Database. Who knows! I only know I love this series so I’ll keep posting πŸ™‚

This Month WLJ themes are: journaling and self reflection, anti-FIRE, investing, decision making and productivity, fake gurus and more.

Unlike many previous editions, I haven’t found anything “spectacular” (rating above 8/10) this cycle. I haven’t searched very hard though, but maybe some of the new discoveries will last in the long term, bringing more value over time πŸ˜‰

Next Episode on February 1st, 2020.

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 10 (7/12/2020)

Hi RIP readers, welcome to the LAST RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

Yeah, I know… all the good things must come to an end, live with that!

I’m killing (B)WLJ…

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 9 (23/11/2020)

Hi RIP readers,

welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

“Whaaaat?? Not two but THREE consecutive WLJ posts? Ok guys, goodbye, unsubscribe, unfollow, ciao RIP, this blog is gone!”

Wait! I know, I know I’ve been a bit absent lately, but I got some news.

“Good news or bad news?”

I hope it’s good news for you πŸ™‚

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 8 (9/11/2020)

Hi RIP readers,

welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

Yeah, it happened: two consecutive WLJ episodes… switching to a biweekly format didn’t help πŸ™‚

Does that mean I’m slacking off? Not interested in writing amazing content anymore?

Absolutely not! I’ve been exceptionally busy with work and family, and all my extra time went into studying my “One Platform to rule them all”, i.e. Roam Research.

So I’ve not been relaxing, do not worry.

And yes, I know I’m behind with comments and emails. I will reply to each one of you, promised.

Next episode on Monday November 23th πŸ™‚

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 7 (26/10/2020)

Hi RIP readers,

welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

As you can see the series is diverging from Money and FIRE, and it reflects the direction in which I’m steering my input feeds. I hope you like it.

Next episode on Monday November 9th πŸ™‚

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 6 (12/10/2020)

Hi RIP readers,

welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

As you can see, this episode is mostly focused on creativity (writing, podcasting), productivity, entrepreneurship, learning, growing, mastery and few other topics that I think are well suited for someone struggling with their creative career.

Actually, the above mentioned are recurring topics in my WLJs. See previous entries about Paul Graham, Nat Eliason, Naval Ravikant. That’s where my curiosity wanders these days.

Asking myself to write and publish my Learning Journal is a kind of intervention. For myself, by myself.

And It’s working! I can feel a gentle push to get out and go wild, trust my skills and attitude, quit the career game entirely.

Time will tell.

Next episode on Monday October 26th, and I suspect will be centered around Naval Ravikant πŸ™‚

Enjoy!

P.S. I’m thinking about moving this series into a mailing list, probably on substack πŸ™‚

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 5 (28/09/2020)

Hi RIP readers,

welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal.

Ouch, this last two weeks have been so intense! How did I manage to consume so much amazing material?

In this episode I tried to rank the material top to bottom. Those who didn’t make into the main list are not necessary worse, just less relevant.

Next episode on Monday October 12th πŸ™‚

Enjoy!

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(Bi)Weekly Learning Journal 4 (14/09/2020)

Hi RIP readers, welcome to the RIP (Bi)Weekly Learning Journal. Holy crap, if I let the material accumulate for two weeks the sheer amount becomes unhandleable! I don’t want to leave anything out, so I’m going to make two lists: the best stuff, each one accessible from the table of

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