Do Epic Shit Book Summary — Story of Failure

Do Epic Shit Book Summary

Do Epic Shit by Ankur Warikoo
  • Time passes every second, whatever you want to do, start now.
  • Don’t get comfortable doing anything, try to do something new.
  • Life can be hard but it’s not the end of the world.
  • Don’t run after goals, run after habits, improve every day, goals will come after you.
  • It’s better to spend time with family because one day you regret it.
  • Compounding can take time but when it’s done, you don’t have to work again.
  • Start Investing as soon as you can for a better future.
  • Start a business because you want to start, don’t start because everyone is doing it.
  • Don’t be afraid of falling.

Lesson 1: Time won’t come back

Lesson 2: Don’t run after goals, run after habits

Lesson 3: Money

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What I learned from Do Epic Shit Book

  • I’m that person who watches TV shows or even movies but now, I feel, it’s time to enjoy the food.
  • Focus on the Long term, shorts term can misguide you some time.
  • Work every day on goals, if you miss today, you might miss the day after, so work on goals and make part of your life.
  • Don’t go after money.
  • Time is money, use it very wisely.

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