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Issue #24 // September 30, 2020
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“Suffering in search of truth gives true meaning to the truth.” — Muata Ashby
#READING
How the Camp Fire Started (5 min read)
//tubetime
Summary: The electrical transmission tower has a problem

The One Sentence That Will Make You a More Effective Speaker (5 min read)
//inc
Summary: Distill your message down into a single sentence
#PODCASTS
Michael Seibel – Lessons from Thousands of Startups
//investlikethebest
Listen to this podcast
  • Product market fit is when your product breaks because you have so much demand
  • You cannot pre build a product to scale
  • Focus on product building before company building — don’t lie to yourself
The Question of Education
//a16z
Listen to this Podcast

How to Win Friends and Meet Influential People
//noahkaganpresents
Listen to this podcast
#WORKING
Just how many people do we need doing that job, anyway? (2 min read)
//rachelbythebay
Summary: Hierarchies are created from negative work

In search of the right problem (6 min read)
//productlessons
Summary: Obsess over the problem

Intelligent Minds Like Tim Cook and Jeff Bezos Embrace the Rule of Awkward Silence. You Should Too
//inc
Summary: Create space using silence, you'll be surprised how much you can accomplish during those seconds

Want to Cut Your Work Hours in Half? Create an A/B Schedule
//fastcompany
Summary: Break your schedule by days (or even weeks) rather than intraday

Why I hate Slack and you should too
//bitquabit
Summary: Slack is for both important/not important and urgent/not urgent work -- defaulting to urgent and important for everything.
#FUN
Meet Perovskite, the Mystery Mineral That Could Transform Our Solar Energy Future
//ted

How Not to Wreck a Nonstick Pan
//nytimes
#THOUGHTS
Life Hacking
What is the first example that comes to your mind about a time when you have hacked some (non-computer) system to your advantage?

Blank Slates
Humans naturally add; removing is tough. But at some point, too much adding becomes removing and then removing becomes adding; everything is in reverse. At this point, a blank slate might be your best bet.
 
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