We send you 3 good articles to highlight this week. Hopefully, it will bring you new perspectives and help you develop your career and learning journey.
📚 This Week's Reading List
Memory as a Service by Nick Grossman (2min) Part of the USV investment thesis is “Access to Knowledge”. Current platforms are generally focused on acquiring and internalizing new knowledge. There is another pillar of the Access to Knowledge thesis, but which is equally important. Memory as a Service is potentially huge. Not just knowledge workers who process information for a living, but really anyone, if implemented the right way. 🔗 Glasp Community Highlights 🔍 more content in #Knowledge Management
Unlock Your Brain’s Power With The Einstein Technique by Michael Simmons (12min) If you’re like most people, you attribute Einstein’s creative breakthrough to a mixture of his quirky genius and his daydreams. But the actual story of Einstein’s creativity is much more interesting and instructive. It’s NOT the story of a genius doing something we never could. It is a set of strategies that anyone can replicate in order to have creative breakthroughs. These strategies are hiding in plain sight among many of history’s greatest scientists and inventors. 🔗 Glasp Community Highlights 🔍 more content in #Learning
5 product marketing tips to help your startup cross the chasm by Hugh McFall (11min) If you’re in product marketing at a growth-stage startup, your job pretty much boils down to one thing: helping your company cross the chasm. If you’re selling a complete solution, found a narrow, beachhead market to start with, and have a good plan to break into the mainstream. So, what do you do next? In this article, the author introduces 5 ideas you can quickly put into place in your own work, all without needing to grow your team or spend more ad dollars. 🔗 Glasp Community Highlights 🔍 more content in #Product Management
👀 Featured Curators on Glasp
1️⃣ Jake Burrington Jake is learning crypto, NFT, and web3. He covers a variety of information. As the domain is growing rapidly right now, so it’s important to catch up with other people.
2️⃣ Joao Donizete Gimenes Joao is learning knowledge management and learning. He reads the content in Portuguese, too, so if you’re familiar with it, it’s a good opportunity to connect with him!
3️⃣ Nrafiqa Rejudin Nrafiqa is learning marketing, product development, learning, and life hack. Her profile page is organized well, please look at it!
📣 Community News
🟥 [Product Update] You can invite people via your unique invitation code✨ Check out this tweet :)
🟨 [Webpage Update] We added pages, Featured Curators and Newsletter, on the landing page! You can look back at curators we featured and newsletters we sent in the past 🥰
🟩 [Reading Challenge] We had the Read 5 for 5 challenge last week! Many learners joined and learned through the challenge! Thank you for joining🤝
Nic Yap translated the Ness Labs' interview into Filipino! She also writes articles about Obsidian tips, so, please check them out👀 Thank you, Nic, for publishing!
See you next week ;)
Best, Kei and Kazuki
-- Today's Quote: "We cannot become what we want by remaining what we are." — Max Depree