Hey Everyone,

Hope you're having a great week. Here are a few things I've been reading, writing and pondering lately. Enjoy!


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1. Useful and Overlooked Skills

I know I share a lot of Morgan Housel’s articles in this newsletter, but he just keeps on delivering. I especially liked this bit:

Respecting luck as much as you respect risk. Both are the idea that outcomes can be influenced by events outside of your control. If risk is what happens when you make good decisions but end up with a bad outcome, luck is what happens when you make bad or mediocre decisions but end up with a great outcome.

2. A Quantitative Approach to Product Market Fit

This post is not what you think. Plan to spend at least 30 minutes with it and likely longer. It’ll be worth it.

3. Clockwise

This is a Chrome extension that adds some interesting functionality to Google Calendar. I’ve only just starting testing it, but it seems promising.

4. Tweet of the Week

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5. Random Links

Have a great weekend!

Jimmy

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