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Tennis May Have Saved My Life

Tennis saved my life

Over the past year or so I’ve been writing a lot about tennis and how it has taken on greater importance as it has enriched my life in many areas. It has improved my health, particularly my endurance, it’s been a catalyst for creating new relationships,

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So Now What Are You Going To Do?

Mastery

Last week I talked about the importance of changing with success and not getting too comfortable with what’s been working as it can lull an individual or organization into a complacent state. This inertia often leads to playing not to lose by shying away from taking risks,

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Change With Success...And a Potpourri of Topics

Change with Success

There is a reason behind the reason for this blog which will be revealed at the end. I will use a sleight of hand to talk about the importance of not resting on one’s laurels and using a growth mindset to keep changing even in the face of great success.

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Say Yes to Life!

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I slept and dreamt that life was joy. 

I awoke and saw that life was duty. 

I worked—and behold, duty was joy.

-Rabindranath Tagore

“Life is not something,

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Trauma and Growth: Imperfect Information and Uncertainty

Trauma

Successful investing requires so much emotional and psychological fortitude. The analytical part is oftentimes the easiest aspect. Managing ourselves is what is typically most challenging. We are triggered by fear and greed and traumas of past mistakes that can lead to suboptimal outcomes. For this reason,

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You've Got To Leave it Behind

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I’m a subscriber to SiriusXM radio and I was pleasantly surprised to see that the new U2 channel went live recently. Once I started listening to it I found it hard to turn off. I was first introduced to the band during my sophomore year at UCLA.

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Get Inspired

Inspired

With July 4th having just passed I thought it would be inspiring to talk about inspiration. The United States is unique because it is a nation founded on inspired ideals versus population characteristics and geography. These ideals are centered around life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as well as the notion that all men are created equal.

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It's Time to Get Serious About Laughter

Gary Zoom Laughter

At the end of last week’s blog, I mentioned that I would be writing about laughter. I thought it was important to not stay on only one end of the spectrum despite these very turbulent times. A fascinating new interview with Bob Dylan came out last week and this caught my attention that I thought was very relevant to my pivot towards laughter for this blog.

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Dr. Yama Akbari Current Research Funded by Roneet Carmell Memorial Endowment

Dr Yama Akbari Roneet Carmell Memorial Endowment Fund Update 2020

After Roneet’s passing, I wanted to channel my grief in ways that I could honor her memory and help contribute to bettering the world. I chose to back incredibly dynamic, bright, passionate, and innovative people with whom I had great respect that I thought Roneet would be proud of as well.

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COVID-19 and Lessons and Inspiration from Jacob

Jacob Carmell Gary Carmell

“Everyone takes the limits of his own vision for the limits of the world.”

Arthur Schopenhauer

The COVID-19 global lockdown is understandably very controversial because the cost has been staggering in terms of job losses and the psychological ramifications on so many people.

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