We often evaluate others but have you ever stopped to evaluate yourself?
What do you base your evaluations on?
Brent Beshore is the founder of Adventur.es where he invests in early and late stage companies. As an expert on evaluating small businesses and people he talks about the top 3 things he looks for when evaluating an entrepreneur and how he even evaluates himself.
We dive into his journey to live a healthier lifestyle, and more importantly his thoroughness in getting to the bottom of what he was trying to learn. His main piece of advice: “Make sure you hit bottom before you look up.”
“Do what you love, in a place that you enjoy, with people that you admire”
“Everyone is living someone else’s highlight reel”
“Life is just an accumulation of decisions”
“I decided to treat myself like one of my companies”
“Wisdom is the ability to take your own advice”
“Earn your carbs”
“Focus on quality of life metrics more than anything else”
“Laziness bordering on sloth can be the right decision in many situations”
“Everyone has to find their own path”
“Try to get to the bottom of whatever you’re trying to learn”
“Make sure you hit bottom before you look up”
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Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Why We Get Fatby Gary Taubes
Body By Science by John Little, Doug McGuff
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