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JBT'S RL #6: Free Chapter From Nassim Taleb's newest book, knowing when to quit, and side hustles

JBT'S RL #6: Free Chapter From Nassim Taleb's newest book, knowing when to quit, and side hustles
By Jordan Thibodeau • Issue #6 • View online
Hi Tribe,This week’s episode will be a micro newsletter. I didn’t have enough time to read this week :(. But the 3 items I’m sharing with you should hold you over until next week.
  1. Nassim Taleb is writing a new book called Skin In The Game. I’m a big fan of his work and he has granted us with access to an early excerpt from the book. I will be interviewing Nassim next year at Google, so if you have any feedback for his newest book or questions for him, please let me know.
  2. There are some people that take orders seriously, and then there’s Hiroo Onoda who decided to continue fighting WW2 29 years after it ended. Yes, you read that correctly, 29 years!
  3. Finally you’re going to hear about how you can experiment as an entrepreneur while working a full time job.
Always Be Learning,Jordan

Skin In The Game - Nassim Taleb - Google Drive
The Soldier Who Continued Fighting WWII 29 Years After It Ended, Because He Didn't Know - YouTube
Live the Entrepreneur Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job
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