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4 bullets to dodge, 3000 interesting things, Timeline of the far future and many more...
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Hi 👋 Prado here
4 bullets to dodge 👇
In a conversation between Tim Ferriss and Peter Attia (Co-founder and president of Nutritional Science Initiatives), he talks about 4 bullets to dodge.
“If you’re over 40 and don’t smoke, there’s about a 70 to 80% chance you’ll die from one of four diseases:
There are two ways to live a long life.
The diseases given above comes under delaying death.
“If you remember nothing else, remember this: If you’re in your 40s or beyond and you care about living longer, which immediately puts you in a selection bias category, there’s an 80% chance you’re going to die of one of those four diseases.
So any strategy toward increasing longevity has to be geared toward reducing the risk of those diseases as much as is humanly possible.” - Peter Attia
I still haven’t completely figured out what are things I should do to reduce the risk of dying from one of those diseases. I’m constantly having interesting conversations with my Twitter friends who are doctors.
But if there is one thing I’m extremely sure is that If I exercise 3-5 a week, eat good food, be happy with what I have and cultivate relationships then I think I’ll be alright.
Sure, I can add stuff like meditation, yearly vacations, fasting, digital detox, etc.
Doing simple and mundane things consistently is extremely hard but necessary. We all got to tell stories to our grandkids. That’s the end goal
So if you smoke or drink, stop as soon as possible. Start small.
Imagine going into the 80s and throwing a party called 8 over 80 🚀 I’ll see you there ❤️
10 Interesting things for you 🙌
Timeline of the far future (Wikipedia)
Know what will happen to earth in about 1 billion years 🚀
You, Inc - Getting into business (Blog)
The universe is hostile to computers
Something from my Twitter👇
If I collect 1 interesting thing from the internet and books every day, in about 10 years I'd have around 3000 interesting things.
Then I just have to connect dots from those 3000 things and package it beautifully.
My future writings, podcasts, books will come from those 3000.
Interesting Human of the week:- Come on Charlie
Picture of the week:-
Question of the week:- What purchase of ₹1000 or less has positively impacted your life? (Mine is at the end)
Meme of the week:-
Current read: Moonwalking with Einstein (Outside my dentist’s clinic)
Quote of the week:
"Minimalism is not about having nothing, it's about having no baggage.
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90% of personal finance is just to spend less than you make, diversify, and be patient.
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A man can stand anything except a succession of ordinary days" - Goethe
Check out some previous newsletters:
Diderot Effect (Read)
Life’s lines of Closeness (Read)
Cathedral Thinkers (Read)
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What purchases of ₹1000 or less has positively impacted my life:
1. Handheld Massager - ₹1000
2. Ring light - ₹500
3. 1password - ₹999
4. Standing desk upgrade (DIY) - total cost ₹1000
5. VGA converter - ₹700
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