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  1. Early Retirement: Asset Allocation and Safe Withdrawal Rates | Podcast

    Michael Kitces, the Research Nerd Supreme, joins us to talk about early retirement—and how recent stock market movement affects the FIRE community and the 4% rule. If you’re worried about your financial future, if you have money or want more, this episode is a can’t-miss edition of BiggerPockets Money.

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  2. Making Sense Podcast #194 - The New Future of Work | Sam Harris

    Sam Harris speaks with Matt Mullenweg about the evolution of distributed work. They discuss the benefits of working from home, the new norms of knowledge work, relevant tools and security concerns, the challenges for managers, the importance of written communication, the necessity of innovating in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, delivery networks as critical infrastructure, economic recovery, and other topics.

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  3. JL Collins

    Leisa Peterson - The Mindful Millionaire - and I recorded two conversations. The longer and more general one she plans to release later. This short one is about the Bear

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  4. COVID-19: The unvarnished truth from Doc G. | jlcollinsnh

    Desperate times call for desperate measures. So I highjacked Doc G’s podcast. That’s him above. There is so much nonsense swirling around COVID-19, right down to the correct name, I was starting to get lost sorting it out. What I needed was guidance from someone without an agenda. Someone who had the education and training… [Continue Reading]


    Tagged with life

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  5. 116: Long-Term Investing: Coronavirus Changes Nothing with Jim Collins from

    The stock market is up, then down, then down, then up. What is an investor to do?

    Today we bring Jim Collins from back to the show to calm our fears and help us understand what is happening with the stock market.

    The market is falling. Or maybe today it’s rising. It’s SO VOLATILE, it can be scary to stay invested - especially if you’ve never been through a market downturn.

    Jim expertly explains what’s going on - and his recommendations for the best course of action - based on 40 years of investing in the stock market (and making a boatload of mistakes along the way.)

    Long story short, stay the course. 105 years of historical stock market data says this too shall pass.

    While Jim is an expert on the stock market, he doesn’t invest in real estate, so Scott and Mindy share their views about the real estate market and what this current stock market volatility might mean for real estate investors. They also share ways to hedge your bets in rental property investing through fully funded reserves.

    If you’re freaking out about the stock market, this episode can help calm your fears and keep you on the right course to give you the most chance for financial success.

    In This Episode We Cover:Why are people freaking about the crashHow one should handle this market drop if you risk losing your jobWhen to prepare emergency funds and how much to put into itWhy you should hold your portfolio foreverWhat an Index Fund isWhy it is important to "ignore" the marketHow index outperform stock pickingHow one can never time the marketHow those who say they predicted the market only did it because of luckThe only time the market is not going to recover…And SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Money Podcast 20: The Simple Path to Wealth—Index Funds Explained with JL CollinsMr. Money MustacheTaking advantage of Mr. BearA Guided Meditation for When the Stock Market Is DroppingStocks — Part XXXII: Why you should not be in the stock marketTime Machine and the future returns for stocksPinterestDow Jones - DJIA - 100 Year Historical Chart | MacroTrendsBiggerPockets Money Podcast 95: The House Hacking Strategy with Craig CurelopBiggerPockets Money Facebook PageMindy’s emailScott’s email

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  6. Sustain Episode 27: Creating Dracula PRO with Blood, Sweat, and Tears with Zeno Rocha

    About this Episode

    Sponsored By:


    Richard Littauer | Justin Dorfman | Eric Berry


    Zeno RochaLiferay Cloud | Dracula Pro

    Show Notes

    In this episode we talk with Zeno Rocha.

    He is the Chief Product Officer at Liferay Cloud, a newly created Liferay, Inc division. He is responsible for crafting the product strategy, shaping the features, and defining the future of DXP Cloud. Zeno also created the popular Dracula theme. We talk about the success of clipboard.js, Dracula theme, and the importance not just creating the code, but promoting is as well.

    2:38 Zeno talks about how he started out as an Open Source developer. He also explains what the developer scene is like in Brazil.

    05:15 Zeno has spoken at over 110 conferences now and Richard is interested to know why he has this drive to get more views and work on social problems.

    9:54 Zeno explains how he got involved in Dracula Theme and clipboard.js.

    Let’s just say there are 28,000 stars.

    11:54 Zeno gets into the importance of promoting libraries that we create. If you want to reach and help more people. We as a group need to promote! He discusses what he did to promote his stuff.

    15:45 One of the guys asked Zeno how did he get from zero to 5,000 stars overnight. He explains it’s not because of Hacker News but from something else.

    18:20 Zeno talks about his design capabilities with Dracula.

    He says he’s not a designer or a marketeer.

    20:18 Justin mentions about how he founded a project called BootstrapCDN and how an influencer helped shoot the usage up in one night.

    22:54 Richard wonders how Zeno chooses his projects and how does he plan to have projects live beyond him, in terms of Dracula, which is a theming project that has grown beyond him.

    Zeno explains a hospital stay and a stolen computer is involved in this, so listen on.

    30:34 Richard is curious about Dracula Pro and that it’s monetized but how does it work.

    Zeno answers this talking about dark mode and a keyboard that was crated for Dracula that had record sales.

    32:57 Zeno reaches a point where he says he needs to learn about sales to make money.

    He finds a book that he reads that taught his some very interesting lessons.


    07:14 “If you really want to learn something you have to teach it.”

    08:10 “If I learn that one framework and learn that one language, then I am going to be successful.”

    12:07 “If you want to get traction, if you want to reach more people…then you have to spend time promoting to others.

    22:36 “Teach first, be welcoming first, communicate 10 times more than you code.”

    30:56 “Typically I never monetize my work.”

    39:49 “Email is not dead.

    Whoever says that never sent a newsletter. It works.”


    41:07 Justin’s spotlight this week is (shell markup language)

    41:49 Eric’s spotlight is Thoughtbot. Go on also a subscription to Dracula Pro, found on

    43:41 Richard’s spotlight is (a newsletter).

    44:30 Zeno’s spotlight is HTML5 Boilerplate.


    Zeno Rocha

    Zeno Rocha Twitter

    Zeno Rocha Linkedin

    Zeno Rocha GitHub

    Dracula Theme

    GitHub/Alfred Workflows

    Launch: An Internet Millionaire’s Secret Formula TO Sell Almost Anything Online, Build A Business You Love, And Live The Life Of Your Dreams.


    HTML5 Boilerplate

    GitHub: How did the repo get 5000 stars in a few days?

    Hacker News-Modern Copy to Clipboard

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