June 30, 2022
This is 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.
(you can read this newsletter online!)
📚 This Week's Reading List
Philosopher - Entrepreneur by Reid
Don't stop asking yourself. Don't jump to
conclusions easily. Begin with human nature. Improve
through the loop between theory and practice.
Discussion (sharing, exchanging, and challenging) is
a core part of philosophy.
🔍 more content in #Philosophy,
to write your landing page by
Julian Shapiro (7min)
Your "above the fold" (ATF) section is the part of
your site that's immediately visible before
scrolling. Describes the specific benefit of the
product. Don't let visitors retain their unaddressed
concerns that cause them to bounce before
🔍 more content in #Marketing,
then Innovate by David Perell
The more we imitate others, the faster we can
discover our unique style. Throughout human history,
most imitative learning happened through
apprenticeships. This article will remind you of
Shu-Ha-Ri and SECI model.
🔍 more content in #Creativity,
📣 Community News
🟩 Product Updates
You can write and connect what you
read and learned with Glasp's Atomic
Notes ✍️ Easy copy-n-paste
into Substack, Medium, Notion,
Obsidian, and any note-taking
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🟧 Use Case Interviews
Thank you, Aseem,
for taking the time to share your thoughts
and feedback on the newly released Glasp
Atomic Note feature!
Thank you, Carlos
F, for taking the time to talk with
us! We really enjoyed knowing about your
professional writing workflow!
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Hope you enjoyed reading this newsletter!
See you next week ;)
Kei and Kazuki
Quote: "People will forget what you
said, people will forget what you did, but
people will never forget how you made them
feel." — Maya Angelou