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How to Read a Book – Book Review

How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren is THE classic text on reading thoughtfully. Is it still worth reading, even though it was last updated in 1972?

What Jonathan Fields taught me about uncertainty, and how it was killing my biggest project yet.

It's easy to romanticize the end product, but often we overlook the 90% of prep work that goes into actually creating something.

There are many ways to show social proof. However none of them are important if...

As LifeDev turns 5, I explain why I constantly contradict myself.

It took seven years and multiple failures before I learned how to mitigate disaster.

I've noticed that I'm constantly looking for ways to create different places. Here's a strategy I use to focus and work on what matters.

Why I don't serve ads on LifeDev any more.

The "remake" method is a fantastic way to take over a tired industry.

Nearly killed running on a trip to Arkansas, here's what I learned about rules and conventional wisdom: they mostly suck.

Oftentimes we let our bosses dictate when and how we'll work. It's your turn to dictate when and how you'll crank those widgets!

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