Benjamin George’s Newsletter
Benjamin George's Newsletter, a place where I currently publish emails for my subscribers. Topics include: memetics, metacognition, narratives, individual sovereignty, mental models & improving one's decision-making process.
Created 29 Oct 2020
  • Notes On The Future Of Business & Talent
    27 Aug 2021 • 6 min read • 1 1
    The last 18 months have been nothing like we’ve ever lived before. Forced to stay inside our houses, changing our daily habits, changing the way we work, confronting divisions in society… and more. We...
  • Wealth Generation Milestones
    09 Apr 2021 • 6 min read • 9 2
    Hi there, today I want to write about the journey of wealth generation. I’ve been wanting to write something like this for a long time now, but I’ve been waiting for my wealth to catch up a bit so I c...
  • Practical Applications of Mimetic Desire
    31 Mar 2021 • 5 min read • 6 1
    I have a personal problem with mental models. They can be a great tool to enhance and improve one’s decision-making ability, but they’ve been bastardized into bite-sized, easily-shareable, motivationa...
  • 9 Recommended Newsletters
    04 Feb 2021 • 4 min read • 4 0
    Today I want to write something different: other people’s newsletters. Why? Well, I think there is value in curating information for others. I have been subscribed to many newsletters over the years a...
  • Timeless crypto advice
    23 Jan 2021 • 6 min read • 8 1
    At the start of the crypto bull run of 2020, I promised myself I would not write or tweet about crypto. Today, I am breaking this promise as a way for me to keep some peace of mind. I started my crypt...
  • How to polarize & radicalize a person
    07 Jan 2021 • 5 min read • 4 0
    Have you ever wondered why people seem way more radical and polarized compared to just a few years ago? As if nobody could hold a neutral position on a topic? Well, what if this weren’t an accident, b...
  • The 1% that shape Internet culture
    29 Dec 2020 • 5 min read • 3 1
    Today I am going to follow a thought process that involves two ideas: the 1% rule of Internet Culture and the relationship between the individual mind and the collective mind. The 1% rule The 1% rule ...
  • Is History Fake?
    28 Dec 2020 • 3 min read • 4 0
    Hello there, today’s essay is an attempt at answering the question in the title: is History fake? But before giving an answer, why am I asking the question in the first place? Ever since I learnt abou...
  • How the collective shapes the individual
    19 Nov 2020 • 3 min read • 5 6
    One of the reasons I enjoy reading & understanding the field of memetics is because it provides for a framework to understand how ideas spread, how they compete amongst each other, and how they influe...
  • Curating information in times of misinformation
    12 Nov 2020 • 6 min read • 6 0
    As mentioned in my previous essay, Mythologize yourself, it’s a story economy, we are in the middle of a Wild West of ideas: Grand narratives and stories who are competing among each other due to the ...
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