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Hello my friends,
Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there. I hope you found some time to rest and reflect. Or at least, watch some sports.
With Euro 2020, U.S. Open Golf, and U.S. Track and Field Trials on it’s been easy to procrastinate this past week. Although, I’m sure those of you that work in the sports industry can claim it as collecting athlete insight.
After a year with limited athlete and consumer interaction, I don’t blame you.
All joking aside, it is promising to see fans back in stadiums around the world. With the Olympics and Paralympics just around the corner let’s hope we remain on this trajectory.
Thanks for your continued support. There are few things more motivating.
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The last time my (men’s) national team, Scotland, qualified for a major tournament Google hadn’t been founded yet. To celebrate this momentous feat Scottish artist Craig Black produced this series of innovative artworks.
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The pandemic continues to strain supply chains to breaking point. The demand for physical goods is outpacing infrastructure.
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Finding something others can’t do is nearly impossible. Doing something others won’t do is where you can discover a sustainable competitive advantage.
I’m fascinated by outlier athletes and creatives. Magnus Carlsen is a mind-blowing example.
A hilarious explanation of why we procrastinate. And Part 2 on how to beat it.
Achieving “success” is subjective. However, these 13 principles will help you be effective and differentiate you from 99% of other people.
Working from home has increased the tendency to get lost in your own thoughts. Creating a “Think About it Later” box can help you avoid self-interruption and better focus.
Out of Office
Scott Galloway may be a best selling author and business professor but his investment advice is notoriously terrible.
Here’s his 2015 article on why Macy’s will beat Amazon. lol.
Anyway, someone on the internet created the Anti-Galloway Index (AxG) enabling you to profit from his bad takes.
I think this is a great idea and got me thinking — why aren’t there more ETF style products that allow you to invest alongside (or against) a public figure or celebrity?