Every week I come across some great articles. Here are some of the posts I feel you will enjoy reading as much as I did.
Do you know what Choice Architecture is? It’s a term to describe how the way you present choices to consumers can affect their decision making. Shawn Wang shows how both gyms and startups do choice architecture.
David Perrel explains his CRIB system to give writing feedback. I feel irrespective of whether you have to give feedback to someone else, applying it to your writing and speaking will help a lot.
Jamie Wong shares a fun and extremely well-written story about debugging with examples taken from some of the bugs he has seen at Figma.
An insightful read by Kyle Gawley about what it is like to run a startup and how there is no one way to have a successful business. He starts his story with the experience of passing out and how that scare led him to change his life and build a successful business as a digital nomad.
It’s difficult to work on side projects when you have a full-time job and a family. Catalin Pit gives an insight into his daily schedule and how he balances his side projects and content creation with his full-time job.
We generally know the risks that we take but in the end its only the tail end consequences that matter. Morgan Housel shares a personal story about how his risk tolerance plunged after paying the ultimate price in a skiing accident.
Our psychological default is to remember the negative stuff that happens in a day and complain. But, the truth is that for a lot of people, more positive things happen in a day than negative. Jason Lengstorf explains how he reprogrammed his brain to become aware of his negativity and list the day’s high points instead
Hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I did.