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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?

Articulating ideas is incredibly hard to do, yet it's crucial its success. If nobody understands, nobody gets excited.

Being the best at one, tiny thing is the best business plan. So why do we ignore it?

Tim drops some serious knowledge as to what it takes to marry money, passion, and happiness.

How to create every day, letting our creative work fill us up (instead of draining us).

You should be able to switch productivity platforms based on the task at hand, or even your mood.

Oftentimes the things that make us happiest (and push us to buy) are the tiniest details.

An illuminating interview with Scott Belsky, founder of Behance.

Small tasks can easily steal our focus, keeping us from finishing masterpieces.

Knowing when to quit working on bad ideas is hard. Sometimes quitting is the best option.

There is an ebb and flow to creative work. The trick is being ready for when you're not feeling inspired.

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