I happened to read some very good stuff this week. These are not easy articles to read, for sure, but the level of the content is amazing.
Interview With Marc Andreessen
With the first article, we head to the a16z.com blog, where we have an in-depth interview with Marc Andreessen. He’s the co-founder of the probably most well-known venture fund of all times, Andreessen Horowitz. His partner, Ben Horowitz, has a great book called “The Hard Thing About Hard Things“. If you have 30 minutes to spare and want to read something enjoyable but also educational, I recommend to check out this article.
3 Reasons To Invest In Bitcoin
Yes, we’re bitcoin bulls here. However, we don’t have anywhere near as good capabilities to write a comprehensive analysis on why it’s a good idea to invest in bitcoin as Lyn Alden does. Lyn Alden has one of the best blogs and newsletters on investing. Don’t take it as a light reading though, you have to be 100% focused to understand what’s been written.
From Founder To CEO
Some people say founders aren’t the best CEOs. Other people say founders make the best CEOs. I have no opinion on this, it depends so much on any concrete person. However, founder does need to change the thinking and go through the evolution process to become a CEO. Nothing happens without personal development. In this article, you can read about 5 mental models that founders need to become CEOs.
The Product Frameworks Behind Superhuman
Superhuman is an email company. They’ve been making rounds in the tech community for a while, as they’ve built a great product. There are couple of things to learn from Superhuman story, and their approach to the user onboarding. It’s a good read, and you might want to change your “launch” plans once you read how they do it.