Seth’s Blog: After you raise your hand…

Show up. Show up and keep showing up. Show up with at least as much enthusiasm as you had when you first raised your hand to volunteer. The volunteering part is easy. Making promises is a fun way to get…
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Quote To Ponder – Albert Einstein

Saw this in a  Tim Ferris 5 bullet Friday email:

Quote I’m pondering —
“Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.”
– Albert Einstein

Which now has me pondering this quote. I’m certainly “reading” a lot these day thanks to Audible and  Podcast subscriptions that fill my commute.

Words Of Wisdom from Y Combinator

“A CEO’s first job is to build a product users love; the second job is to build a company to maximize the opportunity that the product has surfaced; and the third is to harvest the profits of the core business to invest in transformative new product ideas.”—Y Combinator Continuity fund CEO Ali Rowghani, on a startup CEO’s priorities at different stages. (Y Combinator’s blog)