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Hidden Levers is about unconventional philosophies on health and wealth — created by Justin Wasser

In a society that romanticizes expertise, we’re in desperate need of a broader understanding of the human experience. People are at their best when they turn their minds to many things, a modern day renaissance person.

I suspect I’m not the only one who feels somewhat rebellious beneath the surface, refusing to live life as a narrow specialist as society might prefer, and escape the herd mentality that surrounds us.

So here we’ll be open to experiences and ideas that appear contradictory on the surface. We’ll try to forge connections across these disparate, even unexpected, domains. Expect a small dose of ancient philosophy mixed with provocative ideas to navigate your health and financial well-being.

Join me on my continued journey of uncovering life’s many hidden levers – and experimenting ways to mastering them.

About the Author

Hi I’m Justin. I live in Toronto with my girlfriend Arianne and our Goldendoodle Millie. I’m an entrepreneur-type with a wide range of experiences. I’ve been a management consultant, a product manager, an investor and these days I’m acting as a M&A dealmaker for SMB software companies. I’m also a strategic advisor to a digital art company. The only thing in common with all of these roles is that I’ve never had any formal education for any of them. I believe in taking charge of your own learning and that experience is the best teacher.

I’m also a health geek, avid photographer, and traveller. I’ve been fortunate enough to spend time in over 30 countries including living on a boat for 6 months exploring the world.

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