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Swipe File — January 13, 2017

Hey All,

Here are a few things I've been reading and pondering lately. Enjoy this week's issue and if you're feeling inspired, pass it on.


Noah Kagan's podcast is almost here. (Go check out the teaser.) 

I hung out with Noah last week and I could feel how excited he is about this podcast. He has a ton of experience starting and growing companies and he knows a lot of interesting people—that's the recipe for a successful podcast.

The first episode drops January 17.

Get the first episode

1. Work Worries

I love this visual from A Learning a Day (one of the best daily blogs out there).

There are 3 things we do control –

  1. Investing in ourselves

  2. Seeking out growth and learning in our work. (This is the start of a beautiful cycle. We love work that enables us to learn and grow. And, when we love our work, we do great work.)

  3. Being conscious in our interactions with ourselves and others.

When was the last time we spent time worrying about these things?

2. Harnessing Behavioral Psychology for a Rich Life

This is a podcast interview with Ramit Sethi, one of my all-time favorite thinkers. He's a straight-shooter and this interview is loaded with interesting advice and helpful stories.

3. Working with Pen and Paper

Chris Bowler shares some productivity strategies that rely on nothing but a pen and paper. He also recommends a few of his favorite notebooks and offers some of his reasoning for opting out of most digital productivity tools. (h/t Josh Pigford)

4. Tweet of the Week

5. Random Links

I'm looking to partner with a few great businesses to sponsor this newsletter. It reaches a bunch of smart folks from places like Google, Apple, Spotify, New York Times, Marriott and Harvard. Shoot me an email if you're interested in working together.

Have a great week!



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