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Don’t Run Away From Your Solitude

Human beings love distractions. We hate solitude. We hate to be left alone without any distractions. We want to be doing something. We want our minds to be numbed by something. We enjoy the constant presence of friends, the thrills from vacations, the music playing around, the movies on the screens, good books to read.

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We Shall Rest When We Die, Till Then, We Shall Put In Our All

I woke up at 6am, it was drizzling outside. My bed was more attractive than ever before. I went to the bathroom. My water heater took some minutes to pick up. The drips from the shower head were scary as temperatures picked up. I wondered; “when does this all end? When can I just sleep

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You Become What You Fight

When I was younger than I am now, I loved to put up ideological fights. I took my fights personal. I translated my values into fights. I fought and fought. I fought those who aimed for equal outcomes instead of equal opportunities. I found the democrats. I fought the religious zealots. Then one day, I

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You’re not here Just to Pay Bills and Die…

You are not here just to pay bills and die. Life can be much broader. If the reason you work that job is purely because it covers your bills and nothing other than than, then that is the greatest insult to humanity. To say that you wake up in the morning to work a shitty

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I am Interviewing Uganda’s Greatest People, Do You Want In?

Some days back, I announced that I was embarking on a journey of interviewing 1000+ Ugandans doing great remarkable things in different fields. I noted that this was an experiment like no other. It was not going to be the same interview you’ve read in a newspaper or magazine, this was a journey to get

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What is the Worst That Can Happen?

I get scared. I am about to do something then I am held back by fear. I see a beautiful girl but then I am held back. I don’t approach. I get the perfect business idea, but then I get scared to plough my money in. My hands are tied. But what is the worst

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Naval Ravikant: The Future Rests In the Hands of Creatives

I have a very young child. I expect that my child will not get a university degree or at least not in the classic sence of having to go spend 4 years at a university and get a stamp. I expect that he won’t have a concept of a single career. I expect that he

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Naval Ravikant: No One Gets Rich Renting Out Their Time

I’m into blockchains and cryptocurrencies, because they’re intellectually fascinating to me. I mean yeah maybe I make some money along the way, but that’s not my primary driver. Actually given how early I got into blockchains I don’t have that many coins, because it’s not the token part that’s interesting to me, it’s far more

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Yesterday Was The Easiest Day

There is this famous motto of the Navy Seals; “The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday.” I am obsessed about Navy Seals because they train the hardest. They work hard in training so that they can get to bleed the least in combat. Time and again, I have become a believer in that motto. I believe

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Day 22: Everybody Wants To Do Something, But Nobody Is Actually Doing Something

Everybody wants to do something. Everybody wants to start a business. Everybody wants to have a great body. Everybody wants to be a great entrepreneur. Everybody wants to own a great business. Everybody wants to be an engineer. But nobody is actually going out to do the hard work. This is the first time in

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