Reblog: Short Money Rules

I feel like I am becom­ing tad wis­er these days by read­ing Mor­gan House­l’s Col­lab­o­ra­tive Fund blog. This list of 29 Short Mon­ey Rules is one such gem I read on this blog today.

A few rules that stood out to me:

21. Being nice to peo­ple is the eas­i­est career com­pet­i­tive advan­tage.

22. Being smarter than oth­ers is the hard­est.

Choose wise­ly!

Then there is this rule that I liked:

2. Most peo­ple are afraid of look­ing wrong.

I think not wor­ry­ing too much about my ego, always being open to feed­back and iter­a­tion are what makes me unafraid of look­ing wrong.

As an aside, if you have more time, I high­ly encour­age you read The Psy­chol­o­gy of Mon­ey post on this blog. It is a long and inter­est­ing read. I first found it in my col­league Jere­mey’s newslet­ter and have read it three or four times since. I am sure I will read it a few more times. It is such a good analy­sis of human psy­chol­o­gy and behav­iour.


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