Expensive advice and choosing where to live

Welcome!This is an email I send to keep in touch with people and share a bit about what I'm doing and thinking about.This month, I'm:Dissecting the high cost of financial adviceTravellingReading about concreteYou're receiving this monthly email becau...

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Nov 04, 2023
Could you answer a few questions for me?

Hi!The tough thing about writing a newsletter is you never really know who's reading it or what they're interested in.I spend a lot of time second-guessing what to include... which is the main reason the frequency is so sporadic.So I'm taking the rad...

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Oct 14, 2023
Lifestyle inflation and doing more stuff

Welcome!This month, I'm:Doing stuff! Lots of stuff!Putting podcasts to new usesHacking sleep You're receiving this monthly email because you signed up for it at robdix.com, or you opted in after reading my book The Price Of Money. If you don't enjoy...

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Sep 30, 2023
Many unhappy returns (plus: my best travel hack)

Welcome!This month, I'm:Spreading money miseryTravelling on easy modeMeeting YouTube starsYou're receiving this monthly email because you signed up for it at robdix.com, or you opted in after reading my book The Price Of Money. If you don't enjoy it,...

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Sep 09, 2023

From well over a decade of reading obsessively and investing broadly (and often badly), I've identified 10 financial principles that sum up my view of how you should run your personal finances. You'll disagree with at least a few of them. The post My...

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May 18, 2020

When you have a goal, you're often told to make steady, incremental progress towards it. But what if you have no idea what change you want to make? The post Is it better to take small steps or big leaps? appeared first on Rob Dix.

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May 04, 2020

Whether you want to start a business, invest in one or find a great one to work for, how do you know whether a business idea is good enough? Most business books are infuriatingly vague on the subject – but The Star Principle is specific, easy to unde...

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Apr 27, 2020

<p>There's a rule I've come up with over the last couple of years: if you want an accurate prediction for what's going to happen, ask someone who's not emotionally invested in the outcome.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://robdix.com/wr...

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Apr 20, 2020

<p>When you first visit a financial advisor, they’ll take you through a quiz to determine your attitude to risk. This has a fatal flaw: you can't possibly know how you'll feel about losing money until it happens.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" hre...

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Mar 31, 2020

<p>One question to help you make better, easier choices – and to understand the choices of others.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://robdix.com/optimise/">What are you optimising for?</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https:...

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Mar 25, 2020

<p>I've just got back from spending two months in Seville. I'll share a few thoughts about Seville itself at the end, but more relevant to you is how an extended trip like this can shake up how you work – in a really positive way.</p> <p>The post <a...

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Mar 15, 2020