The New and The Next - Issue #34

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"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.""Sometimes we try things that lead
 
May 19 - Issue #34
The New and The Next
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
“Sometimes we try things that lead to favourable outcomes, but other times our approaches are imperfect, irrational, inept or just plain stupid. The trick is to not be fooled by illusions of superiority and to learn to accurately reevaluate our competence. After all, as Confucius reportedly said, real knowledge is knowing the extent of one’s ignorance.” 

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The changing economic realities of college
Many nuggets of career wisdom here. Neil Gaiman's Commencement Speech
What know-it-alls don’t know, or the illusion of competence
Acquisition is Easy. Retention is Hard.
Work & Money
How to Use AngelList to Get a Remote Job
How to start networking to find a new job
What I Learned From Going On 50+ Interviews (Including Google, Microsoft & Twitter)
$2,000 Scholarship for Women Who Want to #BetheBoss
Marketing & Branding
Topic Clusters: The Next Evolution of SEO
The Rise and (Maybe) Fall of Influencers
Startups
Tech’s Frightful Five: They’ve Got Us
Craig Newmark Founded Craigslist To Give Back, Now He's A Billionaire
Personal Growth
Do You Have Any Idea What Other People Think of You?
Productivity
Recovering from Burnout and Depression
How To Be More Productive by Working Less
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