I’ve created a book! The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A guide to Wealth and Happiness is a compilation of all of Naval’s wisdom from tweets, talks, and interviews over the past 10 years.

There are a few unique things about the Navalmanack. Not all of these are completely original to this project, but the combination has made for something that feels… more… than just a book. Let’s break these down and explain each one for readers and future authors. Here’s the list:

  • Created entirely from public sources
  • Rich with Insights
  • Fractal Format
  • Readable and re-readable
  • Freely Available Online
  • QR Codes


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What is Reforge?

Reforge conducts courses for experienced professionals. Education is focused on the skill and discipline of Growth in high-speed, high-scale startups. Typical backgrounds for participants are those already working in startups or tech companies as a marketer, product manager, data analyst, engineer, or founder.

Reforge offers three different programs:

1) Growth Series (comprehensive and foundational course on growth)

2) Retention + Engagement Deep Dive

3) Advanced Growth Strategy (this review)

Is Reforge Advanced Growth Strategy for me?

This course is primarily for professionals working in tech…


Every time I watch an NBA game, I scroll Twitter and giggle constantly because people on the internet are hilarious. (Mean, but hilarious.)

Another NBA observation: commentators are from a previous era of media. They are G-rated, family friendly, and vanilla.

I realized the NBA, and more generally sports and events (Grammys, Oscars, etc) are yet to be internet-ified.

My prediction: We will see Sports and Events come online through amateur voice-overs that give each re-broadcast unique personality.

Twitch calls this Co-Streaming.

Co-streaming will expand the audience for the base programming. As streamers add their personalities to a broadcast, it…


Thankfully, I’ve gotten into the habit of weightlifting in the past two years. It has been transformative for me in a few different ways, and I’ve tried to lay out the lessons I’ve learned here.

(There are many subcultures within weightlifting (Powerlifting, Crossfit, Bodybuilding, etc), and I’m not particularly an adherent to any of them. I think these points are general enough to belong to them all.)

Weightlifting is only 15% about weightlifting. The other 85% is about diet, sleep, and other habits.

You can work your ass off in the gym, but if you don’t have the right diet…


Evergreen is a collection of links to the best learning resources in business, collected by a group of managers, founders, and investors. We contribute resources about one topic, which are synthesized and shared in this Collection. The goal is to learn more efficiently through increased context and focus.

Remember, these are designed to feel like short books, you’re meant to meander and spend ~3 hours on this topic. Save these links and read them throughout the week. Immerse yourself in this topic and leave the week smarter than you started it!

Which buttons, which buttons, hmmmmm….

Prioritization is hard. It’s always hard, and it’s…


Evergreen is a collection of links to the best learning resources in business, collected by a group of managers, founders, and investors. We contribute resources about one topic, which are synthesized and shared in this Collection. The goal is to learn more efficiently through increased context and focus.

Remember, these are designed to feel like short books, you’re meant to meander and spend ~3 hours on this topic. Save these links and read them throughout the week. Immerse yourself in this topic and leave the week smarter than you started it!

I admit, I was not completely sure what…


Evergreen is a collection of links to the best learning resources in business, collected by a group of managers, founders, and investors. We contribute resources about one topic, which are synthesized and shared in this Collection. The goal is to learn more efficiently through increased context and focus.

Remember, these are designed to feel like short books, you’re meant to meander and spend ~3 hours on this topic. Save some of these links and read them throughout the week. Immerse yourself in this topic and leave the week smarter than you started it!

Idk how this relates to job interviews. But posts need cool pictures and this one is awesome.

We’re back with a new Edition…


Shit is a shitty investment. Who could have guessed?

From here the jokes are so obvious I won’t bother with them. It’s enough to say if this was fiction it would be a little too convenient, but as non-fiction I find it hilarious.

Here is a short interview with Joe Malcoun about his investment into a Biogas company (turning manure into energy to resell to a utility). I’ve always been fascinated with renewable energy, especially reusing waste material, so I particularly enjoyed this post.

Joe’s is an interesting story because of the depth of his expertise. Even knowing everything there…


Startups are hard.

And often hard in sneaky, unexpected ways. One particularly nasty stage is the transition from a small team (~10) to a slightly-larger-but-still-small team (20+).

There are common events that are understandable if you look at the big picture (something very hard to do in the chaos of the moment.) This post is to help any employee or leader trying to make their way through.

Note: Every single thing may not apply, but don’t be too quick to dismiss something “that isn’t happening at our company.” …


Who are you?

I’m a startup guy, and a lifelong business nerd. I’ve been reading, listening, and talking about business and investing since I can remember. I read a lot and fancy myself a life-long learner. I have near-zero experience in finance or investing as a profession. And apparently, I’m a pretty shitty investor.

My motivation to invest well comes from two distinct areas: 1) My desire for financial independence, and 2) Buffett’s quote: “Being an investor makes me a better businessman, and being a businessman makes me a better investor.”

Where did the idea come from?

As an eager reader and student of business, I came across The…

Eric Jorgenson

Read and write. Listen and speak. Think and unthink. Fixing the biggest broken market in the world at Zaarly. Twitter: @EricJorgenson Site: EJorgenson.com

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