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Wall Street Playboys
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The reason why people want to be famous? They want to be the center of attention (we have no idea why anyone would want this). The reason people want the Patek watch, Ferrari and big house? To get more attention. The reason why people buy brand name clothing? To get more attention. And. Of course. The reason why people want more money? So they can buy even more stuff to gather ...
Posted: Oct 12 2017 @ 12:07 AM
We’re doing a combo post since this will be more informative than anything. For fun, since we’ve racked up more miles than we could possibly imagine the last ~2 years, we’re going to give out all the tricks you’ll need for traveling. In addition, since we’re selling one of our internet assets (expected close on October 30, 2017) we have a small announcement as well. We have no idea if ...
Posted: Oct 03 2017 @ 12:01 AM
Back in 2012, we used to believe that giving out the truth would lead to more competition. That people would wake up, realize their mistakes and take action. After realizing this belief was wrong we started writing here as a hobby (originally to troll the internet which later changed). The reason for this? Human nature will never change. You’re not supposed to use words such as “never” and “will”… But. ...
Posted: Sep 26 2017 @ 4:27 PM
This is a guest post from frequent commenter “Tech Sales” who works in the industry and has already *made it* up the stack so to speak. Enterprise sales is one of the few careers we recommend in Efficiency and we thought it would make sense to do a cleaner overview of how to get into the space and luckily he was willing to do the post. All of the words ...
Posted: Sep 15 2017 @ 3:19 PM
For the past couple of years we’ve had a lot of fun talking about regular people. They are easy to spot as they are entirely driven by emotion, root for the “underdog”, look to gain without adding any value and see everything through two dimensions. Generally speaking, they see the short term gain and lose over the long-term. This results in a constant negative feedback loop where they feel great ...
Posted: Sep 09 2017 @ 5:36 PM
We wrote efficiency since a lot of our youth was wasted. Reading about “hacks” for health, fitness, money, dating that were all an enormous waste of time. Since the vast majority will still search for special tricks, we’re going to highlight some things to be aware of as you get older. A lot of them are simply related to body decay over time (no way to argue that a 60 ...
Posted: Sep 01 2017 @ 4:53 PM
Now that the fight is over (Floyd won as expected and we made $$$), we think it is the perfect time to highlight all of the chaos that occurred leading up to the fight. A lot of the items will be controversial and several will be obvious for those with a background in sales/business/sports. The most important part? If the presidency and the fight didn’t prove that people are driven ...
Posted: Aug 27 2017 @ 12:58 AM
In every situation (where money is involved), there is always a fool in the room. As you can see we’re zeroed in on the fun fight we’re going to watch on Saturday since the quote is derived from Poker: “Look around the poker table; If you can’t see the Sucker, you’re it”. The most important part of this quote is the word “poker table” since the two words could be replaced ...
Posted: Aug 22 2017 @ 12:29 AM
Quitting is quite difficult for stubborn intelligent people. They will try over and over to get what they want and sometimes this is the wrong move (they just don’t have the right talents/skills). This is because they have a large ego. The two fastest ways to take down your own ego is to 1) quit something and admit it wasn’t for you and 2) to try new things… Becoming a ...
Posted: Aug 14 2017 @ 10:14 PM
We’ve been proponents of Dollar cost averaging for over 5-years (long-time followers of the blog will know this) and now we’re going to switch gears and suggest it is better to manage your own book. We’ve seen too many companies get bid up due to participation in specific ETFs/funds etc. that don’t deserve a propped up multiple. If we look across investment funds we also see two more alarming trends: ...
Posted: Aug 07 2017 @ 2:37 AM


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