- What I learned this year — Top 50 Extraordinary Ideas 
Squeeze and orange and it makes orange juice. What happens when you get squeezed? And 49 more lessons on on leadership, focus, and happiness.
- The Power of Avoiding James Dyson’s Mistakes
The mistakes along James Dyson’s path to enormous success, the value of stubbornness to win out in the end, and a constructive tip on learning in your field.
- Yvon Chouinard’s Valuable Insights in the Art of Living
What a mountain climber can teach us about pursuing excellence
- [Mini Katana Founder] Isaac Medeiros on Short-Video led Massive Growth
The dominance of short-form videos and TikTok opens the door to new content and styles with the ability to reach millions of people.
- The Most Useful Lessons from Studio Neat’s Successful Product Launches
The advice Tom Gerhadt shared with a community of makers on how to build products for your community and get feedback quickly.
- Why Striving for Excellence is Better than Chasing Perfection
Lessons from Atomic Habits, the process of Ship, Quit & Learn, plus how to ask the right question even when it might sound stupid.
- [From Seth Godin] Avoid Being a Wandering Generality
After his first best-selling book, he nearly quit writing. You may recognize the “unknown” author who inspired Seth Godin to keep publishing.
- Don’t Defer Your Dreams | Advice from Sam Altman
The founder of OpenAI offers insightful advice for entrepreneurs and business leaders on building with conviction and being curious.
- The Success in Amazon Enormous Fire Phone Failure
Out of the ashes of the Fire Phone came multiple successful products from hardware to a service tool used all over the world today.
- Marshall Goldsmith: Teamwork and How to Talk Better
In a wisdom-packed conversation, one of the world’s leading executive coaches offers insights on effective team work and leadership.
- Why a Good Tag-Line Beats Great Engineering
The story of Swytch Bike founder Oliver Montague unlocking the value of his engineering skills by building a brand.
- Two Stories on Secrets to Learning Faster
Instead of learning lessons the hard way, smart people find stories from others. Here are few examples that have stuck with me.