In this final volume of 2020, I'm sharing the most popular ideas in the last 30 issues, plus a year-in-review of some of the stuff I found exciting and…
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In this week's episode, Nate and I talked about the tools we use to capture information and knowledge (from books, articles, podcasts) and turn them…
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A few years ago, I started making a list of principles. Since them, whenever I read or hear something that aligns with my values (and makes me go HELL…
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We live in a place where it actually benefits companies a lot to be able to have employees who have their own identities and have their own audiences…
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Need and desire are two separate things. Desire is a powerful force you can use to make things happen. Need, on the other hand, embodies the absence of…
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There are so many steps between where you are, and where you want to be. Lots of conversations to have. Decision to make. Events to attend. So much…
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We spend one-third of our lives working. Nearly 90,000 hours. To do work that matters, it's important to ask: How much are you learning? What are you…
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When was the last time you had a great conversation? A conversation that wasn’t just two intersecting monologues, but when you overheard yourself saying…
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“Step out of your comfort zone” is too common to hear. And a good model to follow to push past boundaries and grow. Yet stepping out too frequently…
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When choosing what to work on, it's worth thinking about what scale is meaningful to you. Do you want to impact millions of people? Or perhaps building…
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It's one thing to give an idea (or a side hustle) a chance, and decide to take a break from it. It's another thing altogether to consider starting…
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“What do I love doing?” is a good qualifier to decide what to focus on. Or, you could take a double-negative stance and ponder: “What can’t I resist not…
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