Let's discuss how you can build a quant hedge fund and raise 39.7 million with no experience starting a company, coding, or running a hedge fund. I discuss a lot of topics. Let's break all of the social rules and make a lot of people frustrated because of our seemingly unfair progress. The more frustrated and unfair our competitors feel things are because they cannot figure how our success is possible, the more we should be sure we are doing everything right.
Lets review the grit, skills, and characteristics needed to build a tech company, hedge fund, or whatever you desire, and with no experience.
The more frustrated and unfair our competitors feel things are because they cannot figure how our success is possible, the more we should be sure we are doing everything right. Smile with great joy at the agony they feel over the sense of injustice your success gives them.
Use social media to find the right people
Set up a vision and be blunt.
Get one victory under your belt as validation that you can be better than all the other people who are where you want to be as evidence you can do it.
Always be ultra rational and always keep the power dynamic tipped to you when you meet bullies trying to ask you to question things, or to doubt yourself over things, that make no sense to question or doubt yourself over.
Bully the bully if it's required to keep your or your colleagues' self-esteem at 100% at all times.
Don't Be Afraid of Anything and allow your victories to determine how confident you should be or not. Make sure your confidence matches exactly what you have or what you have demonstrated by ultra rational reasoning that you can achieve.
Sometimes you have to correct other people and their entire world view when they are not being reasonable and are between you and where you want to go.
Determination and being creative about how to get there is the only merit that matters when it comes to who deserves to succeed or not or to be recognized or not.
Everything about this approach to success is fair because the only reality that matters is the one that we live in and not the one that we want.