Launch Week Over: Questions and Answers (FAQ + Q&A)

Over the last 10 days I have been an unusually active correspondent.

I have received many emails or messages on social media that have been the same.

I’ve also gone through email that I previously missed in my inbox. In doing so, I have noticed certain patterns of questions that were either identical or roughly similar. I will nowContinue Reading…

Become Rich Like Buffett and Bezos: Bet on Homeostasis

In my book Breaking out of Homeostasis, I have an early chapter titled “My Dark Prediction of the Future”.

This article builds off that.Continue Reading…

14 Differences Between Homeostasis Dwellers and Homeostasis Breakers

“You will either step forward into growth, or you will step backward into safety.”

Abraham Maslow

Throughout history, starting with Socrates and Plato, many thinkers have wondered why most people are so “primitive,”Continue Reading…

Finally: Breaking out of Homeostasis (BOOH) Completed

I wrote the first version of Breaking out of Homeostasis fast. Because I was like a man possessed. And while I did succeed in getting many important ideas across, I was not satisfied with the result.

When I rewrote the book, there were 3 elements I wanted to work on:Continue Reading…

BOOH TOC: Foreword by European Hedge Fund Manager of the Decade

Hey friend,

Breaking out of Homeostasis will be released on Monday 11/12 next week.

It is 300 pages long (was originally 700!)Continue Reading…

My Top Lessons from 2016

2016 ludvig sunström travels

Current Inspirations:

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15 Lessons Learned from Mikael Syding

Mikael Syding as seen on TV

We had just finished a 2-hour workout and got out of the gym.

—Now I was going to pick Mikael’s brain: was he going to head a new billion-dollar hedge fund, take one of the CEO positions he had been offered, or maybe become a full-time angel investor? It was not an easy decision to make. . .Continue Reading…

Success is Hard: 7 Evolutionary Mismatches You Must Overcome

evolutionary mismatch - blakeThe other day I was at an alumni event from my university. It was really good, and I met some interesting, accomplished people.

–All of them twice my age or more.

There were maybe 80 people at the event, and I was the youngest one in attendance. I benefited greatly from this contrast.

Two other guys under 30 stood by themselves at a table all night, poundingContinue Reading…

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