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Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith 2712 implied HN points 09 Feb 24
  1. The myth that true artists don't sell their work leads many women and marginalized writers to fear being seen as sell-outs, resulting in lower sales.
  2. Scarcity mindset conditions creatives to accept low pay and resist self-promotion, inhibiting them from knowing and declaring their worth.
  3. Shaming creatives for valuing self-promotion implies it's wrong to recognize and assert your own value.
Concoda 275 implied HN points 20 Feb 24
  1. Dollar liquidity remains high with low failures to deliver, stable bond volatility, tight dealer repo spreads, and tightening cross-currency bases
  2. Changes in the Fed's rescue mechanism are upcoming, as discussed in a recent post by Concoda
  3. Exploration of the transformation in the repo market and its potential impact on other dollar markets
Letters of Note 1611 implied HN points 19 Jan 24
  1. 10-year-old John F. Kennedy asked for a raise of 30 cents in a formal letter to his father.
  2. The letter explained his need for more money to buy scout items and be responsible with his spending.
  3. His father required a written request for the raise, teaching John a quick business lesson.
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Finding Joy 39 implied HN points 10 Feb 24
  1. Managing love and money can be complicated, especially when trust is broken due to financial secrets.
  2. Financial infidelity, like secret accounts or spending, can be as damaging to a relationship as physical cheating.
  3. Open communication and trust are crucial in maintaining a healthy relationship, especially when it comes to money matters.
Altered States of Monetary Consciousness 226 implied HN points 16 Oct 23
  1. The world is primarily driven by emotions, politics, and economic situations rather than just intellectual ideas.
  2. Under large-scale capitalism, some assumptions about money are presented as self-evident and unquestioned.
  3. Money is ingrained in our minds from a young age, leading to dissociation and acceptance of certain monetary models.
Concoda 356 implied HN points 25 Jun 23
  1. Money markets are markets for lending and borrowing money efficiently
  2. Dealers borrow cash using repo and lend it out in reverse repo to earn a profit from the spread
  3. Understanding money market rates is key to navigating financial articles and terminology
Surviving Tomorrow 314 implied HN points 20 Mar 23
  1. The Bruderhof community practices radical communal living, sharing all possessions and providing for each other's needs from housing to healthcare.
  2. The community emphasizes togetherness, with a strong focus on family units, raising children, and offering support for all members.
  3. Work plays a central role in the community, with everyone contributing through various departments and sharing profits equally among members.
Iterare 98 implied HN points 14 Mar 23
  1. Money is based on belief - understanding beliefs is crucial when dealing with finances.
  2. Markets and trading value are driven by what others believe - belief in value is fundamental in trading.
  3. Understanding beliefs about beliefs is important in investing - being aware of the dynamics of belief in market behavior can help in making investment decisions.
ML in Practice 58 implied HN points 20 Mar 23
  1. The discussion around AI is often fragmented, focusing on specific aspects and avoiding deeper questions.
  2. AI marketing often emphasizes sensationalized features and capabilities for publicity.
  3. The AI industry is driven by significant financial investments, with companies capitalizing on the technology for profit.
Turnaround 316 implied HN points 13 Aug 19
  1. When considering a career, focus on meaningful work and opportunities for growth rather than just money
  2. Money is important, but it's considered a hygiene factor in job satisfaction, not a primary motivator
  3. Finding a job that aligns with your values, allows for personal development, and provides opportunities for recognition and responsibility can lead to greater job satisfaction