The New and The Next - Issue #59

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“Probabilities are the closest thing to fortune-telling, but you have to be strong enough to live wit
 
November 16 · Issue #59 · View online
The New and The Next
“Probabilities are the closest thing to fortune-telling, but you have to be strong enough to live with what they tell you might occur.”

Favorites
The Illusion of Measuring What Customers Want – Jobs to be Done
Growth Study: How Supreme Built a Cult-Like Following
The Distilled Guide to Online Video Marketing
5 Trends for 2018
Productivity
Our brains can get lazy by age 25 — but you can counteract it
26 time-management tricks I wish I'd known at 20
How to be more productive at work
Work & Money
Why do so many managers have poor people skills?
Why Job Offer Negotiations Go Wrong
Why Do Idiots Get Ahead?
The Generalized Specialist: How Shakespeare, Da Vinci, and Kepler Excelled
Marketing & Branding
How Snappa Built An Entire Business From One Keyword And One Viral Blog Post
Why you should never, ever call yourself an internet marketer
Why Startups Suck at Marketing
Reddit Hates Blatant Marketing: Here's How You Can Still Get Thousands of Visitors
Thinking of starting a podcast? Don’t.
Startups
The Brutal Fight to Mine Your Data and Sell It to Your Boss
America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning
How Corporations and the Wealthy Avoid Taxes (and How to Stop Them)
13 Startup Ideas
Life
How to prove it
The secrets to a truly restorative vacation
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