Hello everyone -
In 2022, I’m giving myself two challenges:
finishing an Ironman (3.8km swim, 180km bike, and a marathon - all in one go)
turning $100,000 into $1M through crypto investing (and showing you how I do it)
Now, I want to think these aren’t just ego-driven new years resolutions. There’s a method behind the madness.
I believe crazy goals force you to totally re-think your approach to things. They force you to stretch yourself to learn something new - and grow into someone totally different.
That’s why if you interviewed with early Facebook investor and billionaire Peter Thiel - he’d ask you: how could you achieve your 10-year goals in 6 months?
The objective isn’t to work 20X harder. And it’s not to be impatient either.
The objective is to think of totally new ways to achieve your goals.
This will force you to ditch old ideas about doing things for new ones.
So this year, I’m forcing a big shift in my investment thinking.
I’ve been in crypto since 2017 and all-in since July 2020. But crypto is the greatest invention since the Internet. For those who are curious and willing to throw away old paradigms, the payoffs can be huge.
In 2022, I’m taking part of my portfolio ($100,000) and investing in projects with 10x potential that will force me to:
learn something totally new
shift how I see things
have some fun
And I’ll document the entire process.
I won’t be totally gambling. I also won’t be making hundreds of trades, but a handful of (very) concentrated bets every once in a while.
None of this is or will be, financial advice. I am not an expert, but more of a curious student.
I’m still looking for the best medium to give you this information - whether a Youtube channel, different newsletter, etc.
But I’ll get on it soon as I’ve already made my first large investment - $90,000 over the last 7 days - now worth $108,841, which also brings me just over $600 per day in net income.
So stay tuned.
To a fun and abundant 2022,
PS: I’ll be running a half-Ironman to get warmed up in June 2022… I know a bunch of you are sporty, so if you have any suggestions/recommendations/tips, I’d love to hear them! Here’s a snapshot of my morning run: