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Welcome! 

This is my media host's default website offering.

They did a good job designing the new page (thanks libsyn team) and you can listen to all my podcast episodes here. 

Still, it's not valiantgrowth.com - I need more black and I think you do too (not to mention more content such as articles, personal development resources, more about me and an option to donate) ! ;)

Jun 27, 2016

If you could sit down with an experienced and thoughtful entrepreneur, and have an hour to talk about how to become an entrepreneur, what the challenges are, where one can draw ideas from, how it affects one’s psychology and how it can aid personal development - and KNOW that you’d get deep, informative and...


Jun 20, 2016

In this first return interview, I talk to Nick Hazelton about the philosophy, practices and value of stoicism in personal development.

 

Towards the end, Nick also addresses my criticisms of stoicism, and we discuss the idea of psychostoicism.


Find Nick’s podcast at an-yak.com, and the book he recommends at


Jun 16, 2016

Probably the coolest thing I did in my early twenties was hitchhiking through Europe from Hungary to Paris! I also did this on what was my Romanian student’s budget - under 40$ a week.

I describe, in detail, the financial strategies employed (accommodation and transport) as well as the personal experience of being on...


Jun 15, 2016

Dial up the extreme to 11!

If you thought retiring to financial independence in 5 years and 75% savings rates were extreme, how about retiring immediately, with whatever savings you’ve got?

David Downie’s book says you can do it, because you are smarter than you think!

If you liked today’s podcast, lifestyle...


Jun 13, 2016

 

This is my presentation of Early Retirement Extreme - I talk about the philosophy of frugality, I talk about how it’s an embodiment of a great strategy book and I present some really useful frameworks for thinking about your goals, your independence and your purchases.

It’s a great book, I suggest that you get it...