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Last week's issue sucked! I'm sorry!

October 19 · Issue #55 · View online
The New and The Next
Pre-PS: From the feedback (and unsubscribes), I know a lot of you didn’t enjoy last week’s issue. I appreciate those of you who took the time to let me know because that’s the only way I can improve – by understanding your likes and dislikes. I hope all of you enjoy this week’s issue A LOT more than the last one. Forgive me, maybe?! 
“Sometimes the most powerful thing to be is underestimated.”

The Free Astro App Helps You Organize Your Inbox
Is group chat making you sweat?
Why I Love Waiting on Hold
Memo to the CEO: Are you the source of workplace dysfunction?
Proving your value at work — Why it’s so hard and how to do it anyway
A list of artificial intelligence tools you can use today
Tony Robbins: A day in his life
Work & Money
7 Questions to Ask Founders Before Joining Their Startup
The Software Categories Guide: What Work Apps Do
Why Freelancing Actually Has More Job Security Than a 9-5
Why You Should Charge Clients More Than You Think You’re Worth
Remote Culture at Conversion Rate Experts
Apple, Google, and other California employers can't ask job candidates their salary history, under a new state law
Managing more experienced people
Eight habits of people with high emotional intelligence
Marketing & Branding
How to build a billion dollar digital marketplace - examples from Uber, eBay, Craigslist, and more
Famous to the family
From Designer to Head of Growth to CEO
A/B Testing Mastery: From Beginner To Pro in a Blog Post
Email Lists: When Smaller Is Actually Better
How to make your writing easier to read (to increase your sales)
San Francisco: now with more dystopia
Google’s Founders Wanted to Shape a City. Toronto Is Their Chance.
How the Frightful Five Put Start-Ups in a Lose-Lose Situation
Silicon Valley Is Not Your Friend
Got $1 million to retire? Here’s how long it will last, by U.S. state
The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare
How School Trains Us To Fail In The Real World
Forget burnout — the more pressing problem is 'career ledging'
5-Hour Rule: If you’re not spending 5 hours per week learning, you’re being irresponsible
The Lifelong ROI of Coaches and Mentors
How To Be An Adult— Kegan’s Theory of Adult Development
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