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For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 051
Hello my friends,
A few of you reached out, in response to last week’s e-mail, inquiring about how to improve your media diet.
As previously discussed in this newsletter I try to avoid mainstream media as much as I can and go to direct sources; Twitter, newsletters, podcasts.
Instead of simply sharing what I’m consuming I thought it would be valuable (+fun) to crowdsource and share the outlets you’re plugged into at the moment.
Together, we’ll curate an active list of high quality content that you can dip into when you need inspiration
Starting with podcasts drop your recommendations in the link below.
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I’ll share the full list with you next week.
Let's get into it.
More than ever consumers are looking for personalization opportunities in their products. BMW’s color changing paint offers that and potential energy savings due to the way certain colors reflect sunlight.
Web3 platforms promise to return revenue directly to creators. Ghost, a decentralized web and newsletter publisher is already embracing this to outstanding effect.
Starting with Google Glass and Snap’s Spectacles, the wearable AR/VR revolution got off to a rocky start. Mojo Vision’s goal is to change that.
“Leadership” has been forced to evolve by a new demographic entering the workforce and a pandemic. How to be demanding and supportive.
Resumes haven’t changed since the 15th century and LinkedIn is a waste of time. Alex Lieberman charts the future of job applications.
“You need to think of yourself as a producer and a leader driving value, not as a manager.” Lessons on being an effective executive.
Struggling to find your niche? Be like a hedgehog.
Sleep is more important than eating but often overlooked. WASO is a critical marker of sleep quality that no one is talking about.
Companies of one making millions. Steph Smith highlights some of the most successful solopreneurs.
Out of Office
2021 was a year of meme stocks, shitcoin billionaires and .jpg collectors.
Most of us only know a world where central banks print money and charts go up and to the right. But that looks like it’s going to come to an end in 2022.
While this isn’t the most fun Out of Office it is worth your time.
An in depth analysis of the financial system in the context of crypto and the potential effects of a rising interest rate.
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