May 26, 2022
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Nov 14, 2022
Kei and Kazuki, founders of Glasp 👋 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 How to Create Luck by swyx (6min) You can create luck. There are 4 kinds of luck divided by two axes - active vs passive, and general vs individual. You can grow your Luck Surface Area (LSA, or the luck catchment area) by doing more things and telling more people about it. Also, you can choose either to sharpen your hole or keep it broader. See: Glasp Community Highlights Best Practices for Developing a Product Strategy by Deb Liu (6min) Product strategies are guides to the future based on the information that you have at the time. Defined the problem, know your audience, understand the market, identify your unique value, outline how to execute, define success, and identify risks. See: Glasp Community Highlights How Startups Can Survive the Creator Economy Winter by Evan Armstrong (9min) Because 99% of creator revenue accumulates at the top .01% of creators and 99% of creators won’t generate meaningful revenue, creator economy startups have to find a way to justify taking a % of revenue. See: Glasp Community Highlights 👀 Featured Curators on Glasp
Kerry Friend Kerry is learning about knowledge management, learning, reading, curation, etc. You'll gain a new perspective from her Glasp. Please check out her Twitter and Medium too. 2️⃣ Rajveer Rall Rajveer is learning about network effect, knowledge, community, reading, web3.0, etc. If you're in a startup world, you'll find interesting content from his Glasp. 3️⃣ Cyber White Ninja Cyber White Ninja is learning about data science, NFT, startup, note-taking, etc. If you're learning similar topics, please check out his/her Glasp. 🟩 As a community, we've accumulated in total 240k+ unique highlights (digital legacies) on 34k unique URLs 🎉 ❤ Gratitude Maria and Anna are working on creating some 3D designs for us 😍 Huge thanks to Maria and Anna! Dustin wrote an article about Glasp, and he has put down most of the things about Glasp in a very simplistic way 😊 Thank you, Dustin! Thank you, Carlos, Martin, Karan, and all for taking the time to talk with us and giving some feedback for us 🥰
See you next week ;)
Best, Kei and Kazuki -- Today's Quote: "Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing." — Mother Teresa
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