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  • Writer's pictureLars Christensen

Leaders Read#13

๐Ÿ‘‹ Hello everyone,

This week's newsletter is one of my 10/10 recommended books. Naval Ravikant appeared on my radar a few years ago via a Tim Ferriss Podcast. Naval is considered one of the most respected investors and thinkers of our time.


๐Ÿ“š Book Summary:

This week's book is "The Almanack of Naval Ravikant" by Eric Jorgenson.

This is not an ordinary book. The book is a collection of podcast interviews, Naval's Twitter feed, and probably other resources. In this book, you will find powerful mindsets on how to approach your daily life, work, and relationships with others.

One of my favorite take away from the book is this:

"You can increase your happiness over time, and it starts with believing you can do it. It's a skill. Just like nutrition is a skill, dieting is a skill, working out is a skill, making money is a skill, meeting girls and guys is a skill, having good relationships is a skill, even love is a skill. It starts with realizing they're skills you can learn. When you put your intention and focus on it, the world can become a better place."

โœ… Actionable advice:

Stop thinking of happiness as black or white. Start by writing down your perfect day. What would make you happy? What would you be doing? Then start with the small, easy stuff. Would you like to go to your local coffee shop and read a book, then put it on your calendar for next Saturday? If you would like to talk to your best friend more often, make a reminder on your phone to call your friend every two weeks.


๐Ÿง  5 things Iโ€™m thinking about (December 15, 2023)

1.Presenting learnings from Leadership Development

2.Setting up rotation within the business group for FY25

3.How to evaluate and measure performance

4.How to make Readiness easier for support specialists

5.Highlight top performers to leadership

Reading "Influence" by R.Cialdini, PH.D.


Happy Reading!

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