If you have certain behaviors that you want to encourage in your life, you can be intentional about making them happen. Here’s a trick I devised to make it easy to do things that are good for me, and a little harder to do things that are bad for me. keep on reading »
Max Temkin is co-creator of Amazon’s #1 selling card game – actually the #1 seller in all of the whole Toys & Games category. It’s a game for horrible people, and it’s also America’s #1 gerbil coffin. It’s called Cards Against Humanity, and you’ve probably played it before.
This week, I share you a story of failure. I know everyone seems to be obsessed with failure lately, and I always thought it was strange. I didn’t usually look at things as failures, but as lessons learned.
Mark Manson is known for writing personal development advice that doesn’t suck. He writes at markmanson.net, which has more than 2 million readers a month. Mark writes about a variety of topics, including happiness, self-knowledge, habits, and relationships. keep on reading »
On Tim Ferriss’s podcast, Malcolm Gladwell urged his 30-year-old self to “Leave North America…. Which is – despite the fact that it pretends to be the only place that matters – is not the only place that matters.” keep on reading »
Noah Kagan is a close friend of mine who has been one of my secret weapons in my own battle as an entrepreneur. Years ago, when I first started out on my own, and I was wandering from cafe to cafe in San Francisco, working on a Facebook app, Noah Kagan invited me to bring my laptop to his office space. He was building his own Facebook app empire at the time. keep on reading »
Google Calendar has been adding new features lately. You can find time for your goals, and set reminders, for example. I played a very small part in these features, but I learned a lot about my own productivity in the process.