August 11, 2022
How's everything going?
This is Kei and Kazuki, founders
of Glasp 👋
We hand-picked 3 good articles for you to highlight
this week. Hope they'll help you get new ideas and
perspectives. (You can read this online!)
📚 3 Good Articles for You
Habits: How to Actually Stick to Your Goals
by James Clear (5min)
When you want to
become better at something, proving your
identity to yourself is far more important than
getting amazing results. You can't rely on
being motivated. You have to become the type of
person you want to be, and that starts with
proving your new identity to yourself.
I approach structured learning after
by Radi Baboe (4min)
"Internal motivation would peter out in the absence
of formal structure i.e., school had exams and the
promise of getting into university or getting a job
was a powerful motivator. My hypothesis is that
replacing institutional oversight with the public
record of the internet would encourage similar
make great changes in your life, follow the
philosophy of kaizen
by Jonny Thomson (4min)
Kaizen is the principle of gradual change. It asks
us to make small changes, slowly and over great
time. It's a hard skill to master in an age of
instant gratification. The point is not to be
perfect, but to be better; flawlessness is
impossible. Slowly, slowly and over great time,
great things can be done.
We will have a casual Glasp
Community Meetup on
Zoom on August
12 (Fri) and August
13 (Sat) 🥰 Please
feel free to stop by! Look
forward to meeting you all
Thank you all for sharing
and mentioning us on Twitter,
LinkedIn, and/or in your blogs
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Hope you enjoyed reading this newsletter!
See you next week ;)
Kei and Kazuki
Today's Quote: "If
opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." —
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