Trio #44 On Winning & Failing
3 curated ideas for Consistent Productivity based on a common theme
We bring to you a related set of 3 actionable tips, ideas & advice (mostly from Twitter)! These are meant to expand your thinking, knowledge & empower you to be the best version of yourself. The links (people, tools & processes) are also meant to add value :)
Note - We do not include all tweets in a thread sometimes to avoid hitting email limits & readability. You can always access the whole thread by clicking on the 1st tweet. We append (….) in such cases.
Today's theme is: On Winning & Failing
A caveat when reading such posts is having the right intention - we ought to read them from the POV of selecting couple good ideas & acting on them from TODAY.
Having said that, let’s dive in -
A set of great visuals & ideas by one of the best thread writers on Twitter. Enjoy! -
We often hear failure teaches us & teaches a LOT. But the nuances are often left unexplored. Find them here -I have failed so many times. I failed to be top of my class. I failed to make friends. I failed to be a great Trader. And that’s why I’ve succeeded. I share all of my thoughts on the importance of failure below 👇
Here’s a set of 10 curated threads from an up & coming Twitter “guru” ;)How to accelerate your career, become a better investor, and win at life. 🧵 My 10 favorite tweets of the week:Seven ways to get attention to your product ( ):
Lenny Rachitsky @lennysanSeven ways to get attention for your product Read on for 60+ examples 🧵 https://t.co/yULe5rVVYSSeven steps to getting that interview call (@sidddharthm83):
Siddharth Mohan @siddharthm83As CEO, I've read 1000's of job applications. But 99.9% of these applications suck - they are undifferentiated, boring, and irrelevant. Follow these 7 steps for a guaranteed interview call 👇Become a better investor with these thread pieces ( ):
Brian Feroldi @BrianFeroldiGetting an MBA didn’t make me a better investor Learning from other investors DID Here are 6 Twitter threads that will teach you more about investing than a college degree:
We hope this helps you win a bit more or learn a lot more from your failures better :)
Keep safe and see you soon 💫