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When did voice recognition for search become awesome?
I remember the last time, perhaps 2-3 years ago now!? I dabbled with voice recognition for search and gave up quickly as it just wasn’t that effective, well that seems to have changed. On the way home in the car this evening (safely I hope) I managed to correctly google a number of different searches all from voice activation, it was simply very impressive.
Distilled wisdom from approximately five years of battling markets as a retail trader. Classified most often in the category of ‘brilliant advice you won’t follow’ based on my experience, we all view ourselves as considerably above average. All of these points could be expanded on but represent a minimal guide to reality as I experienced it.
1) Equity swings are brutal for your emotional health : you have to work out how to “game” your emotions so you can focus on your “average” day and making that better and not thinking Â +/- 2 standard deviation days are normal.
2) Escape velocity is difficult to achieve : to make a living you really need a large multiple of a normal salary just for your trading stake. The cost of living can eat away at your capital base.
3) Reasonable expectations : Â Warren Buffet does 22% p/a. Will you do better? And how consistently? Funds management is a very different thing to retail trading.
4) It takes years, not months : Just like chess mastery, to get to a high level in trading, the journey is measured in years and not months. Might your time be better invested in another area of income generation?
5) The education industry is dangerous : The skill to recognize sharks can only be gained by swimming with them long enough until you notice your own blood in the water (or words to the effect)
6) Opportunity cost can be significant : While you are engaging in this anti-social activity, you could be contributing to society in a Â more meaningful way than just a “liquidity provider” in the capital markets.
7) You can lose your respect for money : When your equity swings are daily in the thousands of dollars range it is a simple thing to lose discipline in matters such as daily budgeting. Why bother to look after saving Â a few dollars at the shopping center when it might be less than the brokerage on your next trade?
8> Variable reinforcement activities can lead to addiction : Beware of signs of addiction.
9) You can never truly win unless you have a finish line : Every day places you closer to ruin, unless you know when to walk away from the heat, it will eventually burn you.
10) Sometimes a zero sum game is good : As often the case, trading represents a negative sum game.
1) The sooner you do something, the more of your life you get to spend with that thing done â even though it takes less effort (or at least no more) than it will later. Itâs the ultimate sure-thing investment and I pass it up all the time.
2) I never regret working out. I canât count the number of times Iâve negotiated with myself to work out the next day instead of today because Iâm worried it will be a âbad workout.â I seldom have a bad day on a day that I work out.
3) Whenever Iâm playing with my phone I am only shortening my life. A smartphone is useful if you have a specific thing you want to do, but ninety per cent of the time the thing I want to do is avoid doing something harder than surfing Reddit. During those minutes or hours, all Iâm doing is dying.
4) Nothing makes me more productive and in-the-moment than a clean house. There is mind-clearing magic in cleanliness. Waking up in a house where everything is put away is a glorious feeling. There seem to be more possibilities in the air, and all my things seem more useful.
5) Minute-for-minute, nothing I do is more rewarding than meditation. Even after just a very short session, it reliably makes me better at everything, especially making decisions. It lets me do my best. Yet I still do it only intermittently.
6) Creative work is something that can be done at any time. Itâs no different than any other kind of work. Inspiration is nice but completely optional. Iâve almost completely come around on this one in 2013. But sometimes the Four Horsemen still trick me.
7) Acting the way you want to feel usually works. When I feel crappy just before I have to go do something, if I decide to act as if I am happy for a while (even though Iâm not) I usually end up feeling happy after not too long, or at least much less crappy. This is straight out of Gretchen Rubinâs The Happiness Project and itâs an extremely powerful thing to experiment with. [More on this in an upcoming post.]
8>> Ninety-five per cent of my happiness comes from having a home, a functioning body and something to eat. I live in utter luxury, by any sensible standard of what âluxuryâ is. If I am unhappy itâs because Iâve lost perspective about the other five per cent.
9) Our minds are geared to manage much less than we typically end up managing. Modern people have so many options they conflict with each other in almost every area. The fewer things I have, the more I enjoy my things. The fewer goals I have, the better I do them. The smaller the portion size, the better food tastes.
10) The quickest and most reliable path to personal improvement is to do the things on my list that I resist most. Internal resistance should be taken as a big red sign guaranteeing rapid growth and new capabilities. Given my experience with the ecstasy that comes with overcoming resistance, logically I should be attracted to it by now.
11) All you need to do to finish things is keep starting them until theyâre done. The idea of doing something in its entirety always seems hard. But itâs easy to commit to simply starting on something, and then youâre past most of the resistance. Continuing is just as easy. (Thanks to Leo Babauta for this one.)
12) Whenever I think Iâm mad at a person, Iâm really just mad at a situation. Iâm mad because suddenly life requires something new of me, and itâs easy to implicate a person who contributed to that situation. I want the situation to be responsible for fixing itself, so I attribute it to someone elseâs moral failing, and then I donât have to feel responsible for this new problem of mine.
13) Ultimately, to get something done you have to forget about everything else while you do it. The mind is always telling you that 85 things are on fire and you need to do everything now. However you respond emotionally to it, to move things along you have to pick one to deal with, and let the rest continue burning while you do.
14) The most consistently joyful activities for me are visiting with other people and reading books. Aside from earning a living and a bit of travel there isnât much else I need in my life. Somehow these two things are still not clear priorities. What are yours?
15) If I find myself in an argument, Iâve made a mistake. It doesnât matter whose position makes more sense, because by the time itâs an argument any real communication has ended. Marshall Rosenbergâs brilliant method of Nonviolent Communication is a far more useful default response than argument, but I often forget it completely.
16) Few things matter long-term other than relationships, health, personal finance and personal growth. Crises in almost every other area turn over so quickly thereâs not much reason to get upset at them. Interestingly, those four are the areas that probably contribute most to happiness in the short term too.
Read nothing from the past one hundred years; eat no fruits from the past one thousand years; drink nothing from the past four thousand years (just wine and water); but talk to no ordinary man over forty. A man without a heroic bent starts dying at the age of thirty.