The New and The Next - Issue #57

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Accepting the “realities” of life? Screw that. If you want something, go after it.By definition if th
 
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The New and The Next
Accepting the “realities” of life? Screw that. If you want something, go after it.
By definition if there’s leadership, it means there are followers, and you’re only as good as the followers. I believe the quality of the followers is in direct correlation to the respect you hold them in. It’s not how much they respect you that is most important. It’s actually how much you respect them. It’s everything.

Favorites
Why Being Great Is So Much Harder Than People Realize
How the Fab.com CEO Blew Through $336m in 3 Years
SEO in 2018: The Definitive Guide
Giphy.com’s Drop on Google - Things You Should Never Do
Productivity
The ultimate guide to learning anything faster
How An “Experience” Journal Fuels My Daily Writing Habit
How to Connect with Yourself in a World Designed to Distract You
Forget The 10,000-Hour Rule; Edison, Bezos, & Zuckerberg Follow The 10,000-Experiment Rule
Work & Money
How to Be a C.E.O., From a Decade’s Worth of Them
How to Give Feedback People Can Actually Use
Working at Google seemed like a dream job. The reality has been a tedious, pointless nightmare.
How I Monetize One Page Love
The Salary Chronicles: One Simple Question Helped Me Earn $10K More
The Unbundling of the Career
Ecommerce Business Ideas: Finding Online Store Opportunities [2017]
Marketing & Branding
Sumo Growth Study: How MailChimp Makes $400M Revenue
The Secret Behind Marie Forleo’s Instagram Stardom, Plus 7 Marketing Lessons You Can Learn from Her
How Personalization Drives Retention and Monetization for Stitch Fix
Longer content isn’t wearing audiences out — and they may even be hungry for more, two studies find
DuckDuckGo: When privacy becomes a trigger for growth
Finally, A Social Media Marketing Strategy That Puts You Right In The Middle Of Your Target Market
Why Personalization is Dead (And What to Do Instead)
22 lessons from Stephen King on how to be a great writer
Startups
Toxic VC and the marginal-dollar problem
Don’t Build a Startup, Build a Movement
The Greatest Sales Pitch I’ve Seen All Year
Hundreds of Apps Can Listen for Marketing ‘Beacons’ You Can’t Hear
When we only hire the best means we only hire the trendiest
The Web began dying in 2014, here's how
Facebook employees just opened a privately shared Google Sheet I sent to my brother.
Spencer Rascoff: How a down round killed employee equity in Hotwire
Life
If You Rest, You Rust. So Always Keep Moving.
Life Is Math — Not Magic
Time flies faster as you get older, but you can slow it down
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