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The Lean House Effect is a monthly newsletter with the goal of showing you how to save an extra million dollars by implementing simple, sustainable changes to your life and...
I’m investigating how the smartest people in the world organize knowledge to do their best work. My name is Dan Shipper. I started and sold Firefly. I’ve spent the last two years or so writing a novel, investing in pre-seed...
The Jungle Gym is a monthly newsletter full of ideas & resources to help you think clearer & work smarter. That means I spend a lot of time writing and curating resources about topics like: -Work -Learning -Productivity -Career Growth
I’m Tomas Laurinavicius, a lifestyle entrepreneur and blogger. Life Designed is my weekly lifestyle design newsletter. Join today and every week you’ll receive: - Book recommendations. - Thought-provoking self- articles...
Get world-class articles, relevant to founders. Each week I hand-pick the best HackerNews articles for bootstrappers.
The Long Game is a newsletter for people that want to grow and challenge themselves. It is about the drive to better ourselves mentally, physically, and spiritually while having the curiosity to enjoy the journey. I will include articles, podcast,
Honest strategies and proven science for living healthy, written by James Clear. The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.
Be less dazed and confused Every week I send out some links that I found interesting in a way that saves you time. I focus on productivity, self-hacking, modernity, and learning tools. Cut through the noise with my summaries and highlights.
The Reading is a public engagement of creative writing consisting of weekly advice, and, in the future, critical essays and teaching resources. I’ve decided to start an advice column because I believe literature not only saves lives but helps us
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