Number 21 Of The 25 Cognitive Biases…
The tendency to distort reality so it’s bearable.
Examples Of The Drug-Misinfluence Bias
If you’re spending every evening or weekend when you’re not at work drinking alcohol or taking recreational drugs it’s time to take a step back and change the path you’re on.
How To Avoid Falling Victim To The Drug-Misinfluence Bias
Examine your career, your relationships and create a life of choice that you do not need to escape from.
Want To Know More About Cognitive Biases & How To Dominate Life?
I recently purchased Charlie Munger’s flagship book, Poor Charlie’s Almanack – a book filled with hundreds of pages of wisdom from a billionaire and master of mindset and mental frameworks to improve your life..
This book cost me $65 USD. To most this will seem absurd…
“$65 for a book?! What a waste of money”
…these are the same people that spend hundreds of dollars on junk food and alcoholic beverages on Friday and Saturday night.
Delay The Instant Gratification
Don’t adopt the epicurean mentality of “eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die.”
You must think long term, you must delay the instant gratification we’re so used to experiencing in this life and invest for tomorrow (stoicism).
“Don’t invest in things that’ll rust, rot or depreciate, invest in things that’ll be worth more later or make you be worth more later”.
The information in this book is worth well over $65 if read and implemented, the information on investing and cognitive biases is worth its weight in gold.
But remember, It’s the application of knowledge that counts, not just the acquisition (read it and take action!)