Greg Choi


Universal Basic Income — They Tried in California, Here’s the results

$500 bucks a month for those in Stockton California. How’d they fair? It’s been running for about 9 months now and here’s the breaddown:
people receiving the money have on average spent nearly 40% of it on food. About 24% went to sales and merchandise, which include places like Walmart and discount dollar stores that also sell groceries. Just over 11% went to utility bills, while more than 9% went to auto repairs and fuel.

What are the most indispensable books for indie hackers?

I asked over a dozen indie hackers for the one book they each find indispensable to bootstrapping a successful business. Check out their answers below.

Career Advice You Wouldn’t Want to Have Your Name One

Is there any career advice you’d be hesitant to give if it were going to be attributed to you?

How you heard of CLEO before?

Apparently it’s the fastest fintech app in history to grow users. And it helps you to manage your money? What do you guys think about this?

How to Get a Copy of Your Credit Report and Fix Any Errors

Stay on top of your credit score and credit report by following these steps.

Becoming an Overnight Billionaire

RxBar’s Founder talks about what it’s like to sell his 600 million dollar company and what is life like that afterwards. It’s not what you think and exactly what you think.

Get Paid To Workout – 13 Fitness Apps That Pay Cash

A list of the best fitness apps that pay in cash or rewards to encourage people to stay fit!