Episode 105: Triangulation to Find Your Way, Book Reviews, & Accountability Partners

September 28, 2018
Hi Everyone! So happy to be back recording again.
Key Info for this Podcast: 
  • Triangulation
    • What is it?
    • Mathematical technique
    • Statistical technique
  • What do you use it for?
    • Navigation
    • News, what is the truth?
    • Narrow down what to explore further
  • How do you triangulate?
    • Look for life patterns
    • Notice elements/concepts that repeat across different walks of life
    • This is the universe trying to point you in the right direction
Books I read/am reading this summer
  • Growth Mindset (Research on Grit, talking with colleague, experience with son)
  • Principles: Ray Dalio (Carter Thomas, news about new book, FB news, LI connection)
  • Jordan Peterson 12 Rules of Life (Vin Armani, reddit, Twitter, Taleb)
Close w/ talk about accountability
I’m looking for someone to interview about first episode psychosis (FEP). Email me if you know anyone!
Important Links from Today’s Episode:
Carol Dweck’s The Growth Mindset https://alexvermeer.com/why-your-mindset-important/
Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12_Rules_for_Life
Accountability site I mentioned (free): https://www.getmotivatedbuddies.com/
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  • Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: peloquin17@yahoo.com

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