May 23, 2022
This is Kei and Kazuki,
founders of Glasp 👋
We send you 3 good articles to highlight this week.
Hopefully, it will bring new perspectives and help
you develop your career and learning journey.
📚 This Week's Reading List
On Learning and Creating Rather Than
Entertainment and Distraction by
Anthony Moore (9min)
Focus is what gets us to where we should be. We are
presented with the choice between learning or
entertainment, whether we prioritize
self-improvement and invest in personal growth or
just remain as is and be addicted to the pleasure of
entertainment. Success could be achieved through
one's devotion and consistency in self-education,
not in entertainment and distraction.
a Business, Not a Financial
Machine by Gary
Too many “entrepreneurs” these days are focusing
their day-to-day trying to raise their next round,
siphoning their own equity out of the business to
artificially inflate their company’s valuation
rather than focusing on what’s actually important:
Building a sustainable business.
Success is Luck. Relative Success is Hard
Work by James
It seems that luck determines most of your success
in life, but the idea that hard work matters is just
as reasonable. While we can't deny the importance of
luck, everyone seems to have this sense that hard
work really does make a difference. So what it is?
What determines success? In the article, the author
gives us unique insights that help us think about
👀 Featured Curators on Glasp
Harshvardhan is learning data science, machine
learning, and statistics. His profile is full of
insightful articles. And you can see his work on his
blog and newsletter.
Ev teaches creators how to leverage the notes they
take every day to create effortless, endless ideas
for content. You can read her articles on Medium.
Mike is learning startup, business, and learning. He
curates articles on business as well as community
and services, so there is much to learn.
📣 Community News
🟩 Glasp was
introduced as one of the 10 best web
highlighters for desktops in Hongkiat.
🟧 We had the Read
5 for 5
challenge last week. And many learners
participated in the challenge. Thank you for
joining and we hope it helps your learning.
See you next week ;)
Kei and Kazuki
“Your level of success will rarely exceed
your level of personal development, because
success is something you attract by the
person you become.” — Hal Elrod