If only there was time to read all the good stuff that comes to my inbox.
I am one of those people who has subscribed to gazillion things. I open 26 tabs to read different stuff that seems interesting, and they stay open for a few months until Chrome crashes somehow, and I fail to restore the session.
But luckily, I do get some reading done and some of the articles are definitely worth sharing. So let’s jump.
This article was my favorite. Entrepreneurs who read books and blogs about startups are familiar with the term product-market-fit. It’s one of the most important terms for early-stage startups. However, this article talks about the step that should come even earlier. This step is called product-promise-fit. Before you build your MVP.
8 Logical Fallacies That Mess Us All Up
Mark Manson is the author of a book called “The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck”. It’s an awesome book. He is also one of the most balanced thinkers that I follow on social media. In this article, he talks about 8 logical fallacies we all fall prey to. You will learn about “Slippery Slope Fallacy”, “False Dichotomies”, “Red Herrings”, and a lot more. It’s a 15-minute read, but it’s well worth your time.
The CEO of No
This article is about saying “no”. No to meetings, opportunities, people. Saying “no” is important. At some point, when you get to a certain level of success, saying no is more important than saying yes. The author goes deep into how he organizes his business and life, and how he sets his priorities.