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Newsletter: Framing

(Volume 1, Issue 12)


Topic of the week: Life as a framing problem


Life is almost always a framing problem. This image is a reminder about one can choose to filter mundane, daily events with disappointment or gratitude.

Mundane to love
Framing life

Quote of the week

“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” - Marcus Aurelius

Three recent articles


1. The ability to control emotions signals emotional intelligence. Nick Wignall gives four practical steps to control emotions: (1) Don't believe your thoughts unconditionally, (2) Stop relying on other people for comfort, (3) Don't be judgmental of your emotions, and (4) Take care of your body.


2. Bill Gross's analysis of interests rates' impact on value investments and growth investments. His take is that interest rates can only go up which will benefit value over growth.


3. Nick Magguilli, COO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, argues that entrepreneurship is not the singular path to wealth. Traditional career paths have a better probability-weighted expected value than entrepreneurial or side hustle efforts. Wealth is not how you make money, it's what you do with it.


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