Prado here. How you doing this week?
4 Things I thought worth sharing with y’all
1. The Difference
Difference between Billionaires and Millionaires 💰
Million seconds is 11 days. A billion seconds is 31 years
I came across this idea in one of the tweets by Blake Robbins
The idea is this “31 years makes a Billion Seconds”
So technically most of us reading this right now is a Time Billionaire.
And just born babies are Time Multi-Billionaires 👩🍼
What a crazy way of looking at life.
We are all born billionaires 🎉
Only thing is that this bag has a hole in it and you’d eventually run of it :)
2. Cultural Billionaires.
In the conversation between Tim Ferriss & Graham Duncan
A 20-year-old probably has 2 billion seconds left. but we don’t relate ourselves as time billionaires.
Rupert Murdoch, Worth $20 Billion - He’s 87 years old.
What amount would he pay to get 5 years of a 20-year-old’s healthy mind, body, etc?
How would a 20-year-old price it? 🤷♂️
You can’t sell the five years at the end of your life. It has to be right now.
YOUR NEXT 5 years. How would you price it if a billionaire is ready to pay?
Would you do it? let me know below (This will be an interesting conversation)
One of my all-time favourite blogs is known as The Tail End by WaitButWhy (Tim Urban)
He talks about the time we spend with our parents and family ❤️
By the time we graduated from school we already used up 93% of our in-person parent time. Now we are enjoying the last 5% of that time. We’re in the tail end.
The idea of sharing this with you guys is that:
We know we are time billionaires but we don’t spend enough time understanding and learning about time as a whole.
Looking at them from different perspectives can give us an answer we didn’t know exist.
I want to end this conversation with this one line 👇
“What’s the point of being a billionaire if you can’t spend with the right people”
Spend more time with people you love, quality time ⏳
Prioritize right people ❤️
Respect time (yours and others too) 💯
Enjoy your time in this world. PEACE 🙌
3) Few Interesting Things:
1,020-year-old Japanese Shop (Blog)
South Korea changed a longstanding military law for BTS (Blog)
Picture of the week:-
Quarantine Ads during Spanish Flu Pandemic (1918-19) 😷
Question of the week: Which book did you read in college or high school that was actually interesting enough that you still think or talk about it sometimes?
Quick hack of the week:- Use this to read kindle in the night (Doesn’t fall on the face lol)
I finished watching The Undoing this week (Was fun)
4. “It's 2035 and you wish you had started today”
Absolutely loved this experience (and I think more people should do it)
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