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A weekly advice column about product, growth, working with humans, and everything else that's stressing you out at the office. Smart, valuable, and full of actionable insights, Lenny’s Newsletter offers in-depth research, expert knowledge. The newsletter takes advice column format as it tackles reader questions about all things product, growth, and people management. Lenny Rachitsky shares his experience and learnings while explaining the importance of retention, paths into product management, and ways to build a marketplace business. Subscribe to this must-read newsletter and get smarter.
Strategy and investing, from big companies to small. Never boring. Not Boring newsletter hosts long-form essays on business, technology, and a bit of pop culture, and it is indeed not boring! Packy McCormick finds the perfect balance between fun and educational, so think about it as the “most fun way to learn about business”. The newsletter is a mixture of business concepts and humor, analysis, and trends. Not Boring tackles topics like Slack’s long-term play, what’s behind Shopify’s doubling stock, and analysis of Tencent. Packy McCormick combines current events, the strategies behind the decisions companies make, economics and creates both valuable and engaging content. Subscribe and have fun reading it (or listening to an audio version).
PiggyBack value investing strategies and value stocks. Evolve as a long-term investor with Johan Eklund’s newsletter holding state-of-the-art strategies from the top, experienced value investors. PiggyBack Letter is a weekly rundown on value investing strategies, value investors, and actionable value stock themes. In every issue, Johan focuses on a concept called “piggybacking,” which means mimicking other people’s investment strategies to see what works and what doesn’t, thus saving time and maximizing outcomes. He analyzes the strategies leveraged by pioneers such as Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and John Templeton. But also less well-known proven and promising value investors around the globe. Related complex economic and trading concepts are explained in easy-to-understand and more digestible ways. Subscribe to PiggyBack to grab tried and tested common-sense formulas and learn to win slowly with value investing.
The Sociology of Business
A global analysis of how changing values change business. The Sociology of Business is a newsletter focused on how brands shift in response to changes in consumer taste & values. Ana Andjelic covers case studies, strategy, and latest news while providing deep insights on consumer behaviors. So if you’re passionate about brand strategies and the modern aspirational economy - subscribe to The Sociology of Business newsletter and learn how to tell your brand story, the difference between flex and basic tastes, and the importance of human curation.
The most compelling stories behind business and technology within the context of sports. Sports-Tech Biz aims to help you improve your sports content diet. Ronen Ainbinder explores his curiosity across diverse topics and shares interesting stats, you’ve probably never seen before. Expect creative, yet very detailed information on all things sports. Read about the WHOOP subscription model and digital collectibles in sports or think about the bigger picture analyzing the origins of the Olympics, the evolution of analytics, or the history of racism in sports. Subscribe and dive deep!
Each week, Luke sparks the creativity of marketers & founders by sharing how he'd launch & grow a new business idea. Ideas range from a social proof app for service workers to a long-form monetized version of Twitter (think text-based YouTube), to a BitClout exchange. Looseleaf Cannon consists of “a few things” recommended by the author (like a Twitter thread or an article worth reading) and this week’s product idea - How I would launch and scale “x”. Subscribe for this thought letter and get ready to get some cool ideas!
I discuss different topics in the Cryptoverse. From what a blockchain is to the future of finance itself. CryptoCurous is a newsletter built for those who want to dip their toes into the crypto and Web3 space but don't know where to start. Lucas Walters shares his thoughts on the future of finance and explains the main concepts of crypto. Learn the basics of how a blockchain works, what NFTs are, and how to use them and explore the infinite metaverse. Subscribe to start your wild and fun journey down the web 3.0 rabbit hole and help Lucas form a DAO!
The Jungle Gym
Build a more fulfilling career by integrating work with your life. The Jungle Gym is a newsletter full of ideas on how to manage your career and work smarter. Nick deWilde aims to share insights about the changing nature of work to help you make better choices about your life and career. The author publishes three different types of emails: The Essay - a long-form article on the relevant topic, The Keyring - exchange with a domain expert about tools, methods, and frameworks they use to make progress in their careers and The Roundup - riffs and recommendations of good content Nick has been reading lately. Subscribe for topics ranging from Twitter addiction and working for the internet to in’s and out’s of platform branding.
Dror Poleg's Newsletter
I write a weekly newsletter about the future of work, money, and cities. Dror Poleg wrote the book ‘Rethinking Real Estate’ and it seems that ‘rethinking’ became a common pattern in all of his writing. In his newsletter, Dror rethinks concepts such as Ponzi schemes or the need for belonging and explores their roles in a current setting. The author discusses the future of work as well as the future of the internet frequently focusing on socioeconomic effects. The newsletter usually consists of an original piece, a deep dive on the subject in question, but sometimes you’ll also find extensive commentary (almost a debate) on a high-profile article. So if you’re interested in the future of the internet and money - subscribe and stay informed.
Nat’s Crypto Newsletter
Explaining the wild world of Web3 with a focus on DeFi. Nat’s Crypto Newsletter highlights projects that could be “part of a new digital financial infrastructure.” Nat Eliason, a writer of multiple blogs and newsletters, has been enjoying writing about crypto more and more, and so he decided to create a separate newsletter on all things DeFi. Think of discussions on gaming, infrastructure, yield farming, and much more. Nat goes through the process of evaluating a project’s tokens, explains DeFi lending, so you could live tax-free off Magical Internet Money as well as shares new protocols he’s currently watching. So if you’re interested in the big picture, want to learn more about tokenomics, and start using ‘L1’ and ‘yield farming’ casually in a conversation - subscribe to Nat’s Crypto Newsletter and cut through all the noise.
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