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If you want to come up with better ideas, here are some suggestions ↓
Take a walk (30+ mins preferably).
Listen to new podcasts.
Read books (as a practice, not 5 mins before bed).
Talk to different people.
Read CMMN WLTH.
It’s not that hard,
An introduction to “Invisible Asymptotes”. A long but important read if you’re trying to grow a product or business.
Have you ever wondered what the original product brief for Powerpoint looked like? “Presentation graphics for overhead projection” by Robert Gaskins, 1984.
Video call mood monitoring software is somewhere between Harari’s Homo Deus and Black Mirror. AI brings a whole new meaning to reading the room.
Why do the smartest people embrace being wrong? People who are right a lot of the time also change their minds often.
Encourage your friends (and colleagues) to ship their ideas. Putting something out starts the feedback flywheel, enabling your work to get better in less time.
Everyone wants to hire but nobody likes to fire. How to make it as painless as possible for both manager and employee.
I think writing is one of the most overlooked skills in life and I’m dedicated to making mine better. I’ve taken a few online courses but the one that made a noticeable difference is the CopyThat course by Sam Parr.
Learning to learn is the foundation of mastery. Understanding how memory works and effective strategies for revision.
If you’ve just announced your triumphant return to work on LinkedIn then The First 90 Days by Michael D. Watkins is worth a read (or re-read). After the great resignation must come the great re-hiring, right?
Out of Office
According to this study, 61% of American adults reported gaining weight during the pandemic.
As the days get longer and the weather improves it’s the perfect time to go outside and develop a new habit.
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