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130: Happiness at Work

My latest piece in The Muse and early faves from OpenAI's ChatGPT

130: Happiness at Work
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129: Layoffs at Meta

Featuring 2 🎬 's with thoughts from me before and after the layoffs went down.

129: Layoffs at Meta
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128: Too Genius to Fail

In the last few weeks, at least two people who have been heralded as genius have been revealed to incompetent in important ways and I habe some things to say about it.

128: Too Genius to Fail
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127: 3 Times I F*cked Up

💡Cultivating Resilience is a newsletter that helps innovators navigate change and bring new product and ideas into world. It's published by Jason Shen, a resilience coach, product manager, 1st gen immigrant, ex-gymnast, and 3x startup founder. 🧠 What Getting Sued, Scammed, and Arrested Taught Me About Resilience This is one of

127: 3 Times I F*cked Up
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126: 🎬 Push-Up & Ponder

🎬 Why Being a Jack of All Trades Isn't Bad 🎬 Why You Shouldn't Fear Rejection 🎬 Why Founders Need Conviction

126: 🎬 Push-Up & Ponder
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125: The Double Loop Pivot

Why The Double Loop Pivot Is the Best Way To Explore Changing Your Business + Strategies for Managing ADHD

125: The Double Loop Pivot
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124: Restarting Adderall

🤔 Want to Win a Free Copy of Creative Doing? 🧠 Restarting Adderall 🖼 The Pain Points Map 👉 A 1M Impression Tweet and a $125M Raise

124: Restarting Adderall
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123: Microworkouts

🤔 Biggest change in last year? 🧠 Microworkouts 🖼 The Double Loop Pivot 👉 Profitability of ADHD Founders

123: Microworkouts
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122: Conviction

💡Cultivating Resilience is a newsletter that helps innovators navigate change and bring new product and ideas into world. It's published by Jason Shen, a resilience coach, product manager, 1st gen immigrant, ex-gymnast, and 3x startup founder. Welcome new readers from Hacker News! Thanks for joining the newsletter. For returning readers,

122: Conviction
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121: Reboot your hedonic treadmill

Ex-Microsoft and Facebook engineer Philip Su reflects on the lessons learned from a grueling period working at Amazon

121: Reboot your hedonic treadmill