The greatest rewards come from working on something that nobody has a name for. If you possibly can, work where there are no words for what you do.
Contemplating the weaknesses of others is easy; contemplating the weaknesses in yourself is hard, but it pays a much higher reward
All the greatest gains in life — in wealth, relationships, or knowledge —come from the magic of compounding interest — amplifying small steady gains. All you need for abundance is to keep adding 1% more than you subtract on a regular basis.
Take one simple thing — almost anything — but take it extremely seriously, as if it was the only thing in the world, or maybe the entire world is in it — and by taking it seriously you’ll light up the sky.
That thing that made you weird as a kid could make you great as an adult — if you don’t lose it.
Spoonbill - Free tool that alerts you when people you follow on Twitter change their bios. It's very intriguing to see how people change how they present themselves over time. I learned about it in this fascinating writeup.
Bartender - Control & customize your Mac's menu bar! Be in charge of your menu bar items, what's displayed, and when. I use this every day.
Startup Product Videos - A collection of startup product videos, to serve as inspiration if you're planning to create videos for your company's product. Learn from startups that get it right, like Notion, Figma and Canva.
The Up-Goer Five Text Editor - Get better at simplifying tough concepts by using this tool to explain an idea using one of the 10,000 most-used English words
Take A Brain Break
Weird & Useless Websites - Fun collection of rather useless sites in one place. Geo Guessr is fun, a couple of team mates and I had an odyssey recently.
“I have never succeeded very much in anything in which I was not very interested. If you can’t somehow find yourself very interested in something, I don’t think you’ll succeed very much, even if you’re fairly smart.” — Charlie Munger (Share On Twitter)