A thread with all of my podcasts expounding on the "How to Get Rich" tweetstorm. I’ll add new episodes here. Here’s the original tweetstorm for reference:

Links to the major podcast apps. It’s on the smaller apps too.

- Apple https://t.co/RcNbXMwQ5k

- Spotify https://t.co/y0h7Ys4FzY

- Google https://t.co/S1RJ3Rlhpa

- YouTube https://t.co/1dvHQDQaVw
Seek Wealth, Not Money or Status https://t.co/3kRh0jDP0A
Ethical Wealth Creation Makes Abundance https://t.co/v4D3Gid7vl
Free Markets Are Intrinsic to Humans https://t.co/EFwxwm6bUI
Making Money Isn’t About Luck https://t.co/6vxhTrKiNj
Make Luck Your Destiny https://t.co/lGGybMJiQH
You Won’t Get Rich Renting Out Your Time https://t.co/Z7PQ9Sa57H
Live Below Your Means for Freedom https://t.co/uzt44wEtrf
Give Society What It Doesn’t Know How to Get https://t.co/o0fnPddBF2
The Internet Has Massively Broadened Career Possibilities https://t.co/s1WTRH5ItB
Play Long-term Games With Long-term People
https://t.co/SmHtghS3gY
Pick Partners With Intelligence, Energy and Integrity
https://t.co/wEJaEmdaa8
Partner With Rational Optimists
https://t.co/RPr2LlBKMd
Arm Yourself With Specific Knowledge
https://t.co/6O8AI38PtY
Specific Knowledge Is Highly Creative or Technical
https://t.co/n5Q8yFb5a6
Learn to Sell, Learn to Build, And You Will Be Unstoppable.

https://t.co/uBUQUSdeBv
Read What You Love Until You Love to Read
https://t.co/OeZ791XJ1U
The Ultimate Foundations are Math and Logic

https://t.co/xbrOVcs98j
There’s No Actual Skill Called “Business.”

https://t.co/MM6Xgrd2DZ
Embrace Accountability to Get Leverage.
https://t.co/NnNFzTyHjo
Take on Accountability to Earn Equity

https://t.co/T6A4hqj5Oq
Labor and Capital are Old Forms of Leverage

https://t.co/pKavbAQKGX
Product and Media are the Leverage Behind the Newly Rich

https://t.co/4bFkhHxIEN
Product Leverage Is Egalitarian in Its Outputs
https://t.co/AMurepDiF5
The Right Business Model Creates Leverage.

https://t.co/CePIf5CjoP
An Example: From Laborer to Real Estate Tech

https://t.co/tzOQFEYMG0
Judgment Is the Decisive Skill

https://t.co/1jBkvKZpy7
Set an Aspirational Hourly Rate

https://t.co/aehjbZ9cqo
Work As Hard As You Can

https://t.co/zFjszeliMO
Be Too Busy to “Do Coffee”

https://t.co/AyvPkH6ZVo
Keep Redefining What You Do

https://t.co/Qim0MnuuPe
Escape Competition Through Authenticity

https://t.co/G68eVn7S7M
Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes

https://t.co/tjYRA33j4n
Eventually You Will Get What You Deserve

https://t.co/ORsWKeWaMr
Reject Most Advice

https://t.co/Zs3uJ8j2RN
A Calm Mind, a Fit Body, a House Full of Love

https://t.co/VcukaTfe0t
There Are No Get Rich Quick Schemes

https://t.co/eErH0aHM1W
Productize Yourself

https://t.co/EJLrEHCiHe
How to Get Rich: Every Episode so Far

https://t.co/gP3ZZZBbum

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Harvard's discriminatory policies are becoming increasingly well known, across the political spectrum (see, e.g., the recent lawsuit on discrimination against East Asian applications.)

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