⫹⫺ Humility, Regrets & What Matters
For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 040
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Top of mind this week:
The importance of working on what matters.
How to turn yourself into a learning machine.
Livestream commerce is eating the world.
Tesla combines digital x physical to disrupt the insurance industry.
I hope you enjoy this week’s curation.
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Tesla uses a digital twin method to collect individual vehicles data and improve the user experience for the owner. Will it disrupt the insurance industry?
Need convincing that Livestream Commerce is the future? Two streamers pull in the equivalent of Twitter’s annual revenue in half a day.
This fantastic essay breaks down why efficient isn’t always effective. Written on the subject of advertising, it rings true for any creative endeavor.
The top five regrets of the dying. Reflections that are more relevant today than ever.
“One of the biggest challenges we face in modern culture is a lack of humility.” A lesson in humility and how it can help us create.
As you climb the ladder, working on what matters becomes increasingly important. A note on pacing and the value of genuine expertise.
Critical thinking and creative problem solving are essential to innovation. Here’s how to embrace uncertainty and challenge conventional wisdom.
Reading truly is a superpower. Turn yourself into a learning machine using these techniques to retain what you consume.
Open enough tabs in Google Chrome and your computer will start to sound like a plane engine. This handy extension pauses tabs that are not in use saving battery life and your sanity.
Out of Office
Living in a bilingual household I’ll occasionally hear a word that describes a situation with no literal translation to English.
Eunoia is a fascinating repository of over 500 words that don’t translate ↓
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