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It’s Offical, Calicanis Says Your On Your Own.

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It’s Offical, Calicanis says Your on your own.

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Free speech is for your own time, not your work time, not you coworker's work time. Also it was reported that some of the questionable speech was repetitive and harassing for employees who did not get on board. How dare a coworker not join my righteous cause, they will hear from me.

it will still come down to multiple people."Hey boss, this guy wants to tweet the address of home with children of a politician with the times they will be home from school with a gun emoji next to it.""Well, ban him." "OK, now he does the same thing under a different account with a butter knife emoji. Now what." "Ban him, and figure out a policy that will ban stuff like this so you don't bother me because I am building rockets, subways, and robots" "Boss, this comes down to people making decisions that are subjective. We need specific guidelines" "Ok you are all fired since you can't do your job"

Dealing with people who want to use your platform for evil is hard.Musk is going to find this out the hard way, as soon as someone uses it to murder a bunch of people in a massacre which WILL happen under his watch, mark my words.

You are exactly wrong. There has never been a society where you could speak freely without consequences. Shunning, social ostracism, people kicking you out of their group for stupid shit you say, all of those things are FUNDAMENTAL to democracy. Because after all, you can't have Freedom of Association, which is also part of the constitution, without being free to dissasociate yourself from people who say stupid shit.

Hilariously, you make my point, and contradict yourself, showing your hypocrisy. "So long as it's not a direct (and credible) call to violence, it shouldn't be banned."Butbutbutbutbut...but... why stop there? Why is that your red line? That's not in the constitution. There's nothing in the constitution that says that people can't post direct calls for violence. And yet multiple courts have interpreted that to mean that there ARE LIMITS and FREEDOM OF SPEECH IS NOT ABSOLUTE.

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The general rule with subscriptions is that 3-10% of your overall audience will pay for a membership. Last month, hundreds of thousands of unique listeners tuned in, so one can do the math. If only 3% of that number subscribed, even at the $5 rate, we\u2019d be off to the races.

Subscribers to our Supercast have the ability to submit questions to our AMA section. Saagar and I answer the questions on air. Reminder, you can subscribe to our Supercast here if you\u2019d like to submit your own questions.

Answer: The #1 piece of advice I would give to a senior in high school is to recognize that the world-views and assumptions of your seniors were shaped under conditions that no longer exist. Act accordingly.That isn\u2019t to say that received wisdom and advice are necessarily wrong, just that so many of our mental models for thinking about our lives, personal or otherwise, should be revisited. It would be just as much of a mistake to become overly contrarian and assume that *everything* one hears from elders, \u201Cthe establishment,\u201D \u201Cthe MSM,\u201D and other unfashionable sources is wrong. One of the criticisms of any of our shows that annoys me the most is \u201CThis sounds just like CNN. I came here for something else.\u201D This should go without saying, but sometimes CNN is right. One should strive to be able to call balls and strikes from a position of intellectual honesty.

My #2 piece of advice is to internalize the fact that you truly have access to more information/knowledge than anyone in history, across countless formats that fit your personal learning style. For example, I\u2019ve got a more than decent case of undiagnosed ADHD. Reading takes a lot of concentration and focus. Discovering audiobooks was a game changer. Listening to multiple audiobooks while I work out, go for a morning walk, and do busywork/household chores, I\u2019m able to listen/read three to four books a week when combined with around 50-100 pages a day of hardcopy reading. Maybe you like podcasts or YouTube lectures better? Pick whatever\u2019s best for you. I didn\u2019t get serious about self-directed learning until way after high school/college, where my academic performance really wasn\u2019t up to snuff. Still, the difference the past few years has made is incredible. The longer I do this, the more I realize that most people (even experts/talking heads) really don\u2019t do the reading. Doing so at an early age is a 10x opportunity.To sum up, I would recommend that a 17-18 year old set a goal of one paper book (50 pages a day) and one audio book (1 hour of listening at 1.5x speed) a week. Even if you only hit 50% of that goal, you\u2019ll still graduate college (or whatever you choose do do instead) at 22 having read/listened to more than 200 books. I guarantee you\u2019ll be more than equipped given that rate.

Good news that fits into the theme of access to information: even if you can\u2019t afford an Audible account to listen to an audiobook a week (though the service has lots of great free/included books on it separate from the credits), your local library likely has a free catalog of books.

Question: Marshall, following you on the Realignment and Counterbalance, I admire and never cease to be impressed by your question asking. I am guilty of giving a fist pump every time the guest says something along the line of \u201Cthat\u2019s a great question\u201D, \u201CI\u2019ve never thought of it like that\u201D, or \u201CI am really glad you asked that\u201D, etc. Thus, my question for you is: what is your process for conjuring up questions? I imagine that a lot of it has to do with your skill of active listening, but can you share or provide any tricks or tips that have helped you become a better interviewer/host?

Answer: I took a little too long to answer this question on the Q&A yesterday, so I\u2019d like to provide a more succinct response: Don\u2019t just actively listen to your guest. Make sure you\u2019re actually interested in speaking with them. Even in the case of the more boring/unengaged guests, I always remind myself that it\u2019s *crazy* that the internet lets me get paid to ask people questions about important topics. So no matter what, it\u2019s easy to be engaged. The next step is to turn that active interest into follow up questions. The biggest flaw of most interviewers (professional or otherwise) is that they write out a list of questions and just go down the sheet in order. I once interviewed Jason Calacanis of the All-In Podcast, and he said that the ideal interviewer is able to conduct an hour-long conversation without any notes because they\u2019re so engaged and able to build on what has been said so far. I\u2019m not there yet, but that\u2019s a good goal to set.

"I have an idea for a blockchain social media system that does both payments and short text messages/links like twitter," Musk texted his brother Kimbal. "You have to pay a tiny amount to register your message on the chain, which will cut out the vast majority of spam and bots."

"Haha even Governor DeSantis just called me just now with ideas how to help you and outraged at that board and saying the public is rooting for you," texted Joe Lonsdale, another tech VC and Thiel associate. "Let me know if you or somebody on your side wants to chat with him.

I heard about Work, Parent, Thrive by Yael Schonbrun after listening to an episode of Cal Newport\u2019s podcast. This book is a research-driven read on how to combat being a parent while still operating at a high level professionally. Running a venture-backed technology startup, particularly in these times, requires mostly 12-16 hours work days. Raising a kid is a full-time job in-itself and this book dives deep into 12 key ways to ditch the guilt, manage the overwhelm, and grow the connection with your spouse and kids. I am excited about it and hope to finish it this month and report back here with my learnings. I feel that founders having kids is a very taboo topic where people are never really prepared for the sticker shock from all angles with having a kiddo. 076b4e4f54


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