MONEY Master the Game – Tony Robbins

MONEY Master the Game Book Cover MONEY Master the Game
Tony Robbins
Simon and Schuster
November 18, 2014

Good book with some basic finance tips and methods to follow. If you are a Tony Robbins fan I'm sure it will catch you more than others.

4 Stars.

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The Millionaire Next Door – Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko,

The Millionaire Next Door Book Cover The Millionaire Next Door
Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko,
Business & Economics
Government Institutes
October 25, 1996

“Whatever your income, always live below your means.”

As easy as it sounds it’s one of the hardest, yet most important things to do in order to accumulate wealth.

5 Stars.

The 4-hour Workweek – Timothy Ferriss

The 4-hour Workweek Book Cover The 4-hour Workweek
Timothy Ferriss
Business & Economics

An edition expanded with more than 100 pages of new content offers a blueprint for a better life, whether one's dream is escaping the rat race, experiencing high-end world travel, earning a monthly five-figure income with zero management or just living more and working less.

5 Stars.

Awaken the Giant Within – Anthony Robbins

Awaken the Giant Within Book Cover Awaken the Giant Within
Anthony Robbins
Control (Psychology)
January 1, 2001

I listen to the audiobook at least once a week to get motivated. A must read/listen to remind ourselves we weren’t sent to this earth in order to punch the clock but rather do amazing things and live to our full potential!

My 7 Best Quotes for 2016

I never liked celebrating birthdays.

Even though I have no problem standing on stage in front of hundreds of people or do public speaking, when I see all the love and warm wishes sent to me by friends, I get this insecurity and embarrassment as if I don’t really deserve it and quickly shift the dynamic to see how the other person’s doing and seeing if I can be of help.

So obviously I want to thank all of you for your lovely birthday wishes! But I also want to share with you something personal. A collection of memorable quotes from various books I read this past year (with my small notes), in hopes it will have a similar affect on you and the quality of your life as it had on mine. Or for the very least encourage you to read them.

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The Universal Truth About Anxiety

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” – Lao Tzu

This year, one of the goals I set to myself was to write at least 10 blog posts on my personal blog. This post Isn’t what I had in mind when thinking of my first post  but it seems right to share it with you.

A little Backstory

As I was sitting in a small coffee shop on upper east side Manhattan, a day after the second-biggest snowstorm to ever hit New York, I felt that it was the perfect time to open my podcast app and listen to Tim Ferriss’s latest “The Tao of Seneca“.

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Not Your Regular “Happy Holiday” Email Blast

*This post was first sent to my community members at Israeli Startups NYC

Every year around this time, we sit down to write our new year’s

Some of us hope this year will be “the year we finally take the
leap from our corporate job, and start the startup we’ve been
dreaming of.” Some of us aim to double our startup revenue
and move to the next round of finance, and some hope to
expand our services abroad.

But some, crazy individuals, will go on a journey of a lifetime,
to the other side of the globe,
hoping to build the next billion dollar company.

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How Not To Write Cold Emails

As part of my work building the Israeli and American tech community in NYC, a lot of entrepreneurs contact me and ask for my advice/help/time/money/effort in order to assist them with their ventures and personal goals.

Now usually I love helping entrepreneurs and I respond to about %98 of cold emails, but sometimes people do it so wrong that I just feel my time is better spent elsewhere.

Tips on how to write cold emails

When you’re an entrepreneur, a founder, a CEO of a startup, 99% of the time you’re worried about fundraising.

It’s the last fucking thing you want to be dealing with right now, and you’d be so happy to “just get it over with” and go back to building your product and grow your business or develop a new feature, but that’s life. And fundraising is a crucial part in the success of your company as much as any other aspect.

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The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield

The Celestine Prophecy Book Cover The Celestine Prophecy
James Redfield
Grand Central Publishing
August 1, 2008

One of the first spiritual books I read that really changed my life and put me on a self exploring journey realizing what collective consciousness is, how everything in life is connected and how energies run the universe we live in.

Must read!

5 Stars.