Steal My 36 Learnings From This Week | Snapshot Week #29
#writing + #product + #lifelessons + #productivity + #minimalism + #relationships
Here, I’m sharing 36 learnings of the week. These learnings are the ones that I have derived from others’ writings. I’ve quoted the article’s source as well as the authors’ name because I’m a huge believer in gratitude.
Before jumping into the learnings, you might want to read the why and the how of this article. Trust me, the process is interesting. You’d like adopting the same.
So here we go:
- “Best people to follow are the thoughtful commenters” | Karthik Rajan
- “The writer’s voice is more explosive and more far reaching than any qualification or credential they can possess” | Paul Scott Jr
- “You will show up where you show up” | Jonathan Greene
- “Make friends on Medium” | Nick Wignall
- “The habit of looking for under-appreciated angles on common topics is a good meta-skill for any writer to develop” | Nick Wignall
- “The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down everyday and trying.” | Jon Brosio
- “A great product anticipates what you need and is one step ahead of you. It also gets out of its own way and has a wink, 10% of surprise and delight that makes it feel more human and less technological” | Eugen Eşanu
- “Users are accustomed to a minimum of quality, and they expect that of all new products.” | Carlos Beneyto
- “Idea × Execution × Sales” | Steven Ritchie
- “Neither high growth without retention, nor high retention without growth, is sustainable in the long term.” | Sequoia
- “Don’t hide basic helper text” | Andrew Coyle
- “The difference between good product vision and strategy is the same as the difference between good leadership and management. Leadership inspires, and management helps us get there. The product vision must be inspiring, and product strategy must be focused — Marty Cagan” | Eugen Eşanu
- “You may make $2000 a week from your laptop, but you could also lose the best part about having a normal career which is the people” | Tim Denning
- “The best gift we can give someone, if we love them, is the space to control their own as well.” | Kris Gage
- “You Cannot Be Happy and “Busy” at the Same Time” | Anthony Moore
- “We are all a reflection of how we invest our time” | Nicolas Cole
- “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” | Daria Krauzo
- “The best relationships are the one’s where not much needs to be said, but a lot is communicated.” | Aram Rasa Taghavi
- “Once you reject that impulse and realize that no one is going to select you–that Prince Charming has chosen another house–then you can actually get to work.” — Seth Godin | Jane Harkness
- “Batch activities together” | Ryan Holiday
- “Put the day up for review” | Ryan Holiday
- “Make time for Me-time” | Beth Crocker
- “The only way to prepare for the inevitable is to be proactive, to work the mental muscles every day.” | Sara Potler LaHayne
- “E-mail is like food. Good recipes produce good results, but you need to follow the proper steps” | Tim Ferris
- “Minimalism is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add value to their lives” | Kaush ms
- “Buy less, but buy the best” | Daniel Clough
- “Be sensible, not minimal” | Steve Adcock
- “When we give our digital space the same attention we give our physical space, the time we spend on our devices will be more intentional, productive and enjoyable” | Kate Walters
- “Decluttering is an action, while minimalism is a lifestyle” | Sloww
- “Awareness is the greatest agent for change.” | Sloww
- “Everything deserves an existence without physical pain or emotional distress” | Kris Gage
- “When you show sincere interest in something your counterpart takes great pride in, it’s hard for him not to like you” | Barry Davret
- “An individual’s family can make or break a marriage, depending on their level of influence and feelings towards you” | Aman Litt
- “Love is a choice, an active decision, and a series of investments and efforts and actions” | Kris Gage
- “We often use them like an escape route from negotiating. But in fact, in all cases — marriage, salary, and everything in between — the person who gives the ultimatum is the one most likely to lose.” | Kris Gage
- “You don’t want to do what we want to do. You want us to want to do what you want to do.” | Kris Gage
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