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How To Read More

Last year, I decided I wanted to read more. I spent a lot of time trying out different methods for becoming better at reading efficiently and proactively, and so I thought today I’d share what I learnt! Here are things that have helped me read more, and might help you, too: Read what you love […]

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How to Generate Ideas for Writing

The way to generate ideas is to avoid the ‘waiting mindset’.  The waiting mindset is when you think that ideas will come to you if you simply wait.  Ideas don’t show up out of nowhere — you have to plant their seeds, and constantly tend to your own mental garden to eventually see ideas show […]

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A Better Future for Online Writing

Why we are building Brytebook

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Book Review: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas by Ursula K. Le Guin

There is a longing to understand what needs to be saved and what not. The need to save someone by sacrificing some people has been an essential part of human history and has been going on for a very long time. The understanding of what is ethically correct when trying to save a bunch of […]

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How to Develop a Strong Mindset

Expose yourself to as many experiences as possible

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Jeff Bezos on How To Make Better Life-Decisions

People are constantly forced to make big decisions about their life in the face of uncertainty that is impossible to reduce. Should I take this job? Should I buy this house? Should I move to a new city? You try to make high probability decisions along the way, but in life, you don’t know the […]

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Steal Like an Artist

Print | Ebook | Audiobook The Book in Three Sentences Austin Kleon says there is nothing new under the sun, and your creative work isn’t new or unique either, and that’s a good thing. It means you can learn from those who have come before you, those you respect, and choose how you then want […]

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Writing Resources: The Best Writing Books and Tools

Writing is about more than putting pen to paper. With these additional writing resources, you can get feedback on your writing, learn to be a better writer, understanding the craft and many more. Books Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction, Patricia Highsmith Writing, Marguerite Duras About Writing, Samuel R. Delany The Art of Memoir, Mary Karr […]

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Startup Resources: The Best Startup Tools and Resources

Tools and resources to launch, scale, and lead with more confidence and effectiveness. Books Quotes / Lessons / Videos for Entrepreneurs and Startups For Entrepreneurs Zero to One by Peter Thiel Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future Startup Notes Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products The Lean Startup by Eric Ries Business Model […]

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First Principles: How to Think for Yourself

First-principles thinking, which is sometimes called reasoning from first principles, is a fundamental building block of an idea; they are the most indivisible parts that we know to be true and that we use to build more complex thoughts. The idea is to break down complicated problems into their most basic or fundamental form and […]

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Morning Pages: A Way to Declutter Our Mind

My cathartic, ritualistic writing process that clears mind, builds confidence, and creates a path for greater creativity.

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My Learnings from Writing for a Year

Last year, while getting by every day, I became more comfortable with writing, which felt forceful before. I had more time to read, think, and express my mind. This was my time to seize the opportunity. But the journey has not always been so smooth, I’m still trying to figure things out. When I first […]