Saturday Seven’s

A compilation of my findings, interests, and actions from the past week that might be of interest to you. It allows me to forge an interesting routine, and you can follow too!

Hello you!

Here you will find my findings from this past week, things I’m thinking about, and discovering. If you enjoy it, please feel free to forward this along to friends (they might enjoy it too!).

What I’m currently reading:

The Bitcoin standard” – Saifedean Ammous

The richest man in Babylon” – George S Clason

What I’ve listened to:


  • “Electricity” – DubVision, Otto Knows
  • This time tomorrow” – Brandi Carlile
  • All is well” – Avi Kaplan, Joy Williams
  • B61” – Aoife O’Donovan
  • I was born to love you” – Ray LaMontagne

What I’m excited about:

  • Adventure. Deep shifts have occurred within me lately, and I feel that every time I go through superficial changes, I’m also altering deep down. Although, right now I’m really hoping for some adventure and travel.

Quotes I’ve liked:

  • Become the best in the world at what you do. Keep redefining what you do until this is true.” – Naval
  • The less scheduled you are, the more creative you’re going to be.” – Naval
  • “The quality of your mind is the quality of your life.” – Naval

This week’s curiosities, interests, and thoughts:


  • A man needs rules to live by that define his actions, for his outcomes depend on those rules.
  • We feel uncomfortable when we’re not in control of our mindset, or what we’re putting into our mindset. When others make decisions for us, when we’re not making the decisions we want, we’re not in control of our life trajectory.
  • Believing that we’re nothing more than our story ties us to our story. And we are more than the stories we tell ourselves and of ourselves. We’re so much more. Sometimes we hold on to our stories because we don’t believe we can outgrow them, or evolve. To go forward we have to focus all our energy on going forward and not look back.
  • To have a new life we are proud of, we must build a new mindset; new habits, new relationships, and new values. To have a new life we are proud of, we must engage in habits thoughts, and interactions we’re proud of, we enjoy, all of which will amount to contributions on a massive scale.
  • In order to not be scattered, one has to focus on one thing at a time. Right now, I’m highly scattered, so I must prioritize.


  • Does your life make sense to you right now?
  • Is the life you’re living a life you’re proud to live?
  • What are the processes you have acquired for yourself? The amount of processes you are good at defines the quality of your life. If you don’t have a process for each activity you engage in, then you’re not very good at it.
  • What are you putting in your head and what results are you getting?
  • What is the quality of your life in relation to your thought process?
  • What are a list of things I most want to do? Note from least important to most important. Then choose the first activity and do that.

What I have done (this week):

  • I’ve started to dream about new possibilities, new places, and adventures that bring to life. Meeting new people I aspire to be around. Doing things that make me feel proud of myself.
  • The realization that our story can be forgotten, distorted, and even altered and that the way we see and feel about ourselves is the only important factor in creating change in our life.

You can also give me your feedback on Twitter @check_goldberg. What did you like most about this weeks findings? What would you like more or less of in this newsletter? Any other suggestions? Please let me know. Just send a tweet to @check_goldberg and put #saturdaysevens at the end so I can find it.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Much love to you and yours,


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