135: A Self-Paced Annual Review
I made a self-paced version of my annual review. Plus: learning to have conviction, bike bootcamps, mixing up your workouts, the human need for novelty.
134: How We Found Resilience in 2022
A recap of the newsletter editions you read most—and a few others I'm proud to have shared with you this year.
133: Secrets, Extroverts, and Interfaces
This week's concise 🎉🎄holiday edition 🕎❄️ focuses on uncovering secrets to base your startup on, how extroverts can find the social time they need, and opportunities in generative AI for founders.
132: Twelve Ways to Practice Resilience After a Layoff
In my latest piece for on Every, I wrote about how people can use my resilience framework to better navigate the challenges of a layoff. It's been the most "hearted" piece in the series so far.
131: How to Be Human in the Age of Generative AI
This is my first serious collection of thoughts on Generative AI. What these systems are and why they matter, What is uniquely valuable about human intelligence / labor, What I'm doing about all this
130: Happiness at Work
My latest piece in The Muse and early faves from OpenAI's ChatGPT
129: Layoffs at Meta
Featuring 2 🎬 's with thoughts from me before and after the layoffs went down.
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.
127: 3 Times I F*cked Up
My latest piece in Every: "What Getting Sued, Scammed, and Arrested Taught Me About Resilience"
126: 🎬 Push-Up & Ponder
🎬 Why Being a Jack of All Trades Isn't Bad 🎬 Why You Shouldn't Fear Rejection 🎬 Why Founders Need Conviction