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Learn how Ezra has brought down the cost of early cancer detection by 80% and the time required to get screened by 66%—all by harnessing the power of AI and Machine Learning to make MRIs an order of magnitude more efficient. As well as how they’ve built an asset light business in healthcare and wha…

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares the advice he’d give his younger self if he could go back in time. Which is all about embracing optionality early on as a way to explore as much as possible early in your career. As well as why optionality matters and why path dependence is often a negative fo…

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares his favorite books including Antifragile by Nassim Nicholas Taleb and The Patient Will See You Now by Eric Topol MD.

“To make progress in anything, but especially your health, you just need to nudge behavior a little bit every day. I find that tracking 150 di…

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares how he became more disciplined as a result of competing with another student in a math class. As well as his advice for how to become more disciplined and why discipline matters—hint, it’s about compounding.

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, explains why the thing most people would be surprised at if they followed him around for an entire day is his level of discipline. As well as how he cultivated it, why it matters, and some of his techniques for enforcing discipline upon himself.


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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares what he learned interviewing elderly adults about their lives, what they value most, and what they regret. He explains why money came up in almost every interview and why it’s important as a fuel for life and what you care about.


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mi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, explains why the world’s best minds are the most creative and what he learned training with a famed World Memory Champion. Including a simple trick for remembering names—which involves picture something close to their name floating all around their head after meeting …

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares what he learned studying Antifragile by Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Including why he decided to study, break down, and document all of his past failures in excruciating detail all with the goal of becoming more antifragile.

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares why he’s done a Yearly Challenge every year since 2008. Over the years, he’s trained his memory with a World Memory Champion, documented all of his past mistakes to become more Antifragile, interviewed elderly adults about their lives and regrets, and lived on…

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares why bone density is so important and yet often overlooked. Including how he discovered he had very low bone density in one of his early Ezra cancer screening MRI scans, as well as what he’s done to increase his bone density over time.

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, shares why he’s on a mission to reach peak health and fitness by the age of 40—all to sustain that level for another 40 years until he’s 80. He covers his approach to diet and exercise, why he’s focused on compound lifts, and how he works with a trainer.

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Emi Gal, Founder & CEO of Ezra, explains why he’s been tracking more than 150 different biomarkers from blood pressure to mood to weight over the last 5 years. As well as what he’s learned—including why one big breakthrough had to do with doubling his protein intake.

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Emi Gal shares the lessons he’s learned building Ezra, why he tracks 150 different biomarkers, what he’s learned doing a Yearly Challenge for the last 14 years, and why he’s focused on achieving peak health by 40, and more. As well as the origin story behind his extreme discipline and his advice fo…

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Eric Markowitz shares his favorite books, including The Alchemy of Finance and Up in the Old Hotel. Each of these inspires him in different ways in his daily work.


“Conviction is great. Opinions are really bad, because opinions will really screw you up.” – Eric Markowitz


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Eric Markowitz, Director of Research at Worm Capital, shares how a high school stock market competition brought the first excitement of investing to his life. His love of strategy games like poker translated into a love for the calculated bets and good decisions of investing.


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Eric Markowitz shares how Worm Capital makes intentional choices about their own organization to set up the team for good outcomes. That may be solo work, working from home, curating items to read and research, or setting up your desk so that it’s most comfortable for you.


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Eric Markowitz shares why it’s important to conduct business research slowly and methodically. He compares the human brain to a Google Chrome window: with too many tabs open, there is not enough bandwidth to run efficiently, so it’s helpful to close all the other tabs and resources and just focus o…

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Eric Markowitz, Director of Research at Worm Capital, shares the similarities between business journalism and investing, and how his journalism career gave him a great opportunity to learn more about companies throughout the world. His journalistic skills of asking the right questions, figuring out…

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Eric Markowitz shares his thoughts on gaining expertise on a topic or business, which takes more time than most people would think. Once you’ve gained that expertise, you can make better decisions, even if that decision is to do nothing or not invest.

“Conviction is great. Opinions are really bad,…

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In Episode 1, we explore the commonalities of peak performance. We’re joined by Chris Sparks, Founder and CEO of The Forcing Function. We cover the journey from poker to productivity, the systems-thinking approach to planning, and reflection and pattern recognition.

“We're the common denominator i…

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In Episode 1, we explore the commonalities of peak performance. We’re joined by Chris Sparks, Founder and CEO of The Forcing Function. We cover the journey from poker to productivity, the systems-thinking approach to planning, and reflection and pattern recognition.

“We're the common denominator i…

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In Episode 1, we explore the commonalities of peak performance. We’re joined by Chris Sparks, Founder and CEO of The Forcing Function. We cover the journey from poker to productivity, the systems-thinking approach to planning, and reflection and pattern recognition.

“We're the common denominator i…

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In Episode 1, we explore the commonalities of peak performance. We’re joined by Chris Sparks, Founder and CEO of The Forcing Function. We cover the journey from poker to productivity, the systems-thinking approach to planning, and reflection and pattern recognition.

“We're the common denominator i…

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In Episode 1, we explore the commonalities of peak performance. We’re joined by Chris Sparks, Founder and CEO of The Forcing Function. We cover the journey from poker to productivity, the systems-thinking approach to planning, and reflection and pattern recognition.

“We're the common denominator i…

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