Erik Rogne

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Erik Rogne

31 days ago

Always be quitting

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187 days ago

The Best Mentors Ask These 8 Questions

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Erik Rogne

187 days ago

To make better decisions, reduce the pressure you're under

Your Thinking Rate Is Fixed

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188 days ago

Excel Never Dies

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188 days ago

The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant

Gigerenzer’s simple rules

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201 days ago

What to Do on 15-, 30-, and 60-Minute Breaks to Boost Productivity

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Erik Rogne

203 days ago

The 3 Minutes It Takes To Read This Will Improve Your Conversations Forever

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Erik Rogne

203 days ago

Storytelling Advice from the Creators of South Park: The But & Therefore Rule

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204 days ago

While these rules were meant for music, they can apply to anything

2021 Rules

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204 days ago

Stanford study into “Zoom Fatigue” explains why video chats are so tiring

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Erik Rogne

204 days ago

Over-communication is key

The 15-Minute Weekly Habit That Eased My Work Anxiety and Made My Boss Trust Me More

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Erik Rogne

216 days ago

Build vs. Buy is Mostly Really Now vs. Later

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223 days ago

How to Write Email with Military Precision

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224 days ago

Email from Jeff Bezos to employees

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224 days ago

Chamath Palihapitiya – The Major Problems Facing the World – [Invest Like the Best, EP.211]

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Erik Rogne

258 days ago

The best interview advice I’ve ever read

Interview advice that got me offers from Google, Microsoft, and Stripe

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Erik Rogne

258 days ago

Awesome list with a very generic title

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100 Tips for a Better Life

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272 days ago

5 Tricks to Never Run Out of Ideas Again

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Erik Rogne

272 days ago

we need to spend as much time thinking about how a new feature will burden all of our users, as we spend thinking about how it will benefit some of our users

we need to spend as much time thinking about how a new feature will burden all of our users, as we spend thinking about how it will benefit some of our users

Why software ends up complex · Alex Gaynor

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Erik Rogne

296 days ago

Eigenquestions: The Art of Framing Problems

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296 days ago

Most people can't write well because they don't know how to control the logical sequence in which they present their ideas. In order to write better, think first, write second, type third.

Good Business Writing Is About Logic, Not Words

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314 days ago

Business Model Meta-Models

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314 days ago

As an industry, we’re moving into a period of refinement. If we think of building our experiences like building a house, the 2000s was a time where the focus was largely on the foundation, the walls, the roof — we were focused on just making sure the structure didn’t collapse. In 2020, many teams are finding that the structure of their experiences is sound and they can now turn their attention to fine-tuning: painting the walls, installing skylights, interior décor.

As an industry, we’re moving into a period of refinement. If we think of building our experiences like building a house, the 2000s was a time where the focus was largely on the foundation, the walls, the roof — we were focused on just making sure the structure didn’t collapse. In 2020, many teams are finding that the structure of their experiences is sound and they can now turn their attention to fine-tuning: painting the walls, installing skylights, interior décor.

Average UX Improvements Are Shrinking Over Time

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Erik Rogne

314 days ago

Getting cold, working out hard, and going hungry every once in a while all engage what Sinclair calls our body’s survival circuit, wherein sirtuins tell cells to boost their defenses in order to keep the organism (you) alive.

Getting cold, working out hard, and going hungry every once in a while all engage what Sinclair calls our body’s survival circuit, wherein sirtuins tell cells to boost their defenses in order to keep the organism (you) alive.

This Scientist Believes Aging Is Optional

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Erik Rogne

314 days ago

Vending machines can make sense as a side gig with economies of scale

The economics of vending machines

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Erik Rogne

321 days ago

Early Work

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Erik Rogne

335 days ago

‘Ugh Fields’, or why you can’t even bear to think about that task

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Erik Rogne

357 days ago

Tube Time

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Erik Rogne

367 days ago

In search of the right problem

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369 days ago

Intelligent Minds Like Tim Cook and Jeff Bezos Embrace the Rule of Awkward Silence. You Should Too

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Erik Rogne

370 days ago

Meet Perovskite, the Mystery Mineral That Could Transform Our Solar Energy Future

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Erik Rogne

370 days ago

It’s impossible to firefight and prevent fires at the same time. Your schedule shouldn’t operate like this, rather, break it up in A/B

Want to Cut Your Work Hours in Half? Create an A/B Schedule

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Erik Rogne

423 days ago

Brainstorming Doesn’t Work; Try This Technique Instead

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430 days ago

The saddest "Just Ship It" story ever

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444 days ago

Customer service is everyone’s job. Everyone should drop everything to create excellence for their customers.

Setting a High Bar for Your Customer Service

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Erik Rogne

450 days ago

The Great Paradox of Peak Performance

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Erik Rogne

451 days ago

What Great Listeners Actually Do

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Erik Rogne

452 days ago

To Control Your Life, Control What You Pay Attention To

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Erik Rogne

452 days ago

The side of Paul Allen I wish more people knew about

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Erik Rogne

454 days ago

Creating a Decision Journal: Template And Example Included

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454 days ago

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454 days ago

Jocko Willink

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Erik Rogne

455 days ago

Summary: Speak with significance and do not dilute the value of your words. Speak as if you were writing and executing summary: first write the essay in your heard and then speak the summary

Be Aware of the Quiet Ones like Keanu Reeves — They Are the Ones That Actually Make You Think

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Erik Rogne

462 days ago

Scary stuff. Let’s avoid a repeat of the financial crisis

The Looming Bank Collapse

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469 days ago

Three Reasons Stocks Are Rising

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484 days ago

50 Ideas That Changed My Life

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491 days ago

If Work Dominated Your Every Moment Would Life Be Worth Living?

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Erik Rogne

497 days ago

Takes notes before and after meetings, default to avoid meetings at all costs, but understand when you’re wasting time by not being in a meeting (especially during a one-on-one direct messaging conversation)

Why writing matters in remote work — Tim Casasola

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Erik Rogne

507 days ago

How Much Can We Afford to Forget, If We Train Machines to Remember?

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Erik Rogne

507 days ago

Here’s the One Thing You Need to Do to Learn More About Anything

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