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The Great Hypocrisy of 2020

OK, I surrender. This a simulation we’ve been put into where the gamemaker is saying, “Let’s see how INSANE we can make the world seem before they CRACK!” And some multidimensional gods…

OK, I surrender. This a simulation we’ve been put into where the gamemaker is saying, “Let’s see how INSANE we can make the world seem before they CRACK!” And some multidimensional gods are placing bets on who will crack first or what event will make the most people implode in a combination of loathing and […]

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Economy, Protests, Virus… Everything You Need to Know About the New Abnormal

These are tender times. The system we live in is being questioned. As any system always should be. This newsletter issue takes a look at exactly where we are right now on…

These are tender times. The system we live in is being questioned. As any system always should be. This newsletter issue takes a look at exactly where we are right now on the virus, lockdowns, stimulus, protests, and opportunities. Based on hundreds of conversations with healthcare officials and experts, economists, government members, investors, and entrepreneurs, […]

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What They’re Not Telling You About the Protests with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

Eric Adams is the Brooklyn Borough president. He’s also running for mayor. You probably remember the last time he came on my podcast (check out the episode here). He talked about why…

Eric Adams is the Brooklyn Borough president. He’s also running for mayor. You probably remember the last time he came on my podcast (check out the episode here). He talked about why he became a police officer… and how being physically beaten by the police inspired him to make change. Now, he’s back on to […]

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The Panic Might Be Worse Than the Virus: What We Know and What We Don’t Know

We see this every time. Every. Single. Time. Something unknown happens. The worst-case scenario is assumed. People behave irrationally in a panic. A billion arguments happen on Twitter and Facebook while the…

We see this every time. Every. Single. Time. Something unknown happens. The worst-case scenario is assumed. People behave irrationally in a panic. A billion arguments happen on Twitter and Facebook while the market collapses. Then… more knowledge is gained. Uncertainty is resolved. People calm down. The market recovers. And we move onto the next crisis […]

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