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Issue #26 // November 28, 2020
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When the wind blows, some people build walls, others build windmills. – Chinese proverb
Good Business Writing Is About Logic, Not Words
Most people can't write well because they don't know how to control the logical sequence in which they present their ideas. In order to write better, think first, write second, type third.

Business Model Meta-Models
models about models

Eigenquestions: The Art of Framing Problems
Framing starts with the right question

How to Deliver an Authentic Apology
A 3-step process to delivering an apology worth saying
Nick Kokonas - Know What You Are Selling
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Nick Kokonas is the co-founder of the 3 of the best restaurants and bars in America - Alinea, Next, and The Aviary as well as the co-founder and CEO of Tock, a comprehensive booking system for restaurants. A wonderful conversation of thinking outside of the box.
Signs you're a micromanager

The First-Time Founder’s Guide to Learning Everything the Hard Way

Build Products That Solve Real Problems With This Lightweight JTBD Framework

Average UX Improvements Are Shrinking Over Time
As an industry, we’re moving into a period of refinement. If we think of building our experiences like building a house, the 2000s was a time where the focus was largely on the foundation, the walls, the roof — we were focused on just making sure the structure didn’t collapse. In 2020, many teams are finding that the structure of their experiences is sound and they can now turn their attention to fine-tuning: painting the walls, installing skylights, interior décor.
The economics of vending machines
Vending machines can make sense as a side gig with economies of scale

Six months of Tiny Projects

PIVOT Bed -- a gym right under your bed

Aging Is Optional
Getting cold, working out hard, and going hungry every once in a while all engage what Sinclair calls our body’s survival circuit, wherein sirtuins tell cells to boost their defenses in order to keep the organism (you) alive.
Financial Advisors
How do you know is a financial advisor is worth the ~1%/year? The best way I can think of is comparing your year over year performance to an actual portfolio that their clients yield (of the same risk category) from a pure quantitative comparison. Control is another factor that will vary from person-to-person--personally, I like a bit more control.
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