What Happens When A Founder Is Fully Vested?
Let’s say you are the founder and CEO of a startup and you have now been at it for four years. The company is doing great, you’ve raised several rounds of financing, you have a product in the market that is solving a real problem, you have a bunch of customers, you have a growing team, and things are stressful but largely great.
business  management 
4 days ago
Brian Brushwood: The Day Teller Gave Me the Secret to My Career in Magic
This isn’t really my blog post — it’s Brian Brushwood’s. But as his blog slowly, visibly decays, it makes me want to keep a copy somewhere I’m sure I can find it. So, here it is:
15 days ago
Best non-fiction books of 2018
First let me start with three books from my immediate cohort, which I will keep separate from the rest: Kevin Simler and Robin Hanson, The Elephant in the Brain: Hidden Motives in Everyday Life. Bryan Caplan, The Case Against Education.
16 days ago
You can out-spend or out-teach
Imagine you're trying to launch a new software product, book, web service, church, small business, social cause, consulting practice, school, podcast channel, rock band, whatever. The most important skill you need today is not fund-raising, financial management, or marketing.
business  work 
20 days ago
16 Blogs On Engineering Management And Leadership You May Not Know About
The following blogs are all from previous guests on managersclub.com. You may not know about all these blogs but they are based on the real-life experience of engineering managers. Many of these are on medium so you can easily follow them.
22 days ago
Crash course in learning theory
One formula (of many) for a successful blog is to create a "learning blog". A blog that shares what you know, to help others. Even--or especially--if that means giving away your "secrets".
business  longreads  work 
28 days ago
What Is The Morning Writing Effect?
Ericsson 1993 notes that many major writers or researchers prioritized writing by making it the first activity of their day, often getting up early in the morning. This is based largely on writers anecdotally reporting they write best first thing early in the morning, apparently even if they are not morning people, although there is some additional survey/software-logging evidence of morning writing being effective.
productivity  work 
5 weeks ago
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