David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start & Design for Hackers.

Summary: Industrial Society and Its Future (The Unabomber Manifesto) – Love Your Work, Episode 279

May 19, 2022

industrial society and its future unabomber manifestoIndustrial Society and Its Future, is otherwise known as “The Unabomber Manifesto,” written by Ted Kaczynski. Kaczynsnki is a terrorist who killed three people, and injured twenty-three others, by sending bombs through the mail, between 1978 and 1995. He used his terror campaign to exploit the negativity bias of media and pressure the Washington Post and New York Times into publishing his 35,000-word anti-technology manifesto.

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Summary: The Elements of Eloquence: Secrets of the Perfect Turn of Phrase – Love Your Work, Episode 278

May 05, 2022

elements of eloquenceThere are some invisible structures in language, and using them can be the difference between your message being forgotten or living through the ages. These are The Elements of Eloquence, which is the title of Mark Forsyth’s book. I first picked this up a couple years ago, and have read it several times since then. I think it’s one of the best writing books, and has dramatically improved my writing. Here is my summary of The Elements of Eloquence: Secrets of the Perfect Turn of Phrase.

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March 2022 Income Report

April 28, 2022

An audio version of this income report is available to Patreon backers of certain levels »

March’s income was $9,449, down from February’s $10,637. Profits were $6,859, down from February’s $7,759.

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Summary: Trust Me, I’m Lying – by Ryan Holiday – Love Your Work, Episode 277

April 21, 2022

trust me im lying summaryIn Trust Me, I’m Lying, Ryan Holiday reveals the media manipulation tactics he used as Marketing Director of American Apparel, and for his PR clients. Meanwhile, he exposes the inner workings of a modern media machine in which incentives make it impossible for the version of reality depicted in the media to come close to resembling the truth. I think it’s Holiday’s best book, and one of the best media studies books.

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How Matthew Walker Ruined My Sleep (& How I Fixed It) – Love Your Work, Episode 276

April 07, 2022

why we sleep say goodnight to insomnia summaryIn 2018, Matthew Walker was on a media blitz, promoting his book, Why We Sleep. I was one of the many people who picked up the book. It slowly ruined my sleep. But recently, I fixed it.

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February 2022 Income Report

March 24, 2022

An audio version of this income report is available to Patreon backers of certain levels »

February’s income was $10,637, up from January’s $8,490. Profits were $7,759, up from January’s $5,059.

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Finish What Matters (Forget the Rest) – Love Your Work, Episode 275

March 24, 2022

finish what mattersOne thing I hear from a lot from readers of The Heart to Start, is that many people have no problem starting new projects. They instead struggle with finishing them. I can relate.

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Summary: Balaji Srinivasan – Centralized China vs Decentralized World – The Tim Ferriss Show #547 – Love Your Work, Episode 274

March 10, 2022

balaji srinivasan tim ferriss summary centralized china decentralized worldWhat will the future look like? In his most recent November appearance on the Tim Ferriss Show, entrepreneur and investor Balaji Srinivasan presents a cohesive explanation of the current world, and plausible scenarios of how things will play out.

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Mind Management is a Kindle Deal!

March 01, 2022

mmt kindle monthly deal march 2022Mind Management, Not Time Management is a Kindle Monthly Deal! It’s only $2.49 on Amazon.com, and Amazon.ca. That’s 75% off the regular price.

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Write on a Typewriter – Love Your Work, Episode 273

February 24, 2022

It seems even the most devout techno-utopiasts carry around a Moleskine notebook. They appreciate the way writing longhand on paper alters their thought processes. Yet the same people think writing on a typewriter is absurd, performative, pretentious, or a deliberate troll.

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