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nabil kazerouni

7 days ago

“...searching her face for any sort of indication.” A lens into the cautious detail a women treads when meeting with a man in power. Eye-opening.

searching her face for any sort of indication

Lupita Nyong’o: Speaking Out About Harvey Weinstein

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nabil kazerouni

185 days ago

In Sketch, we use symbols and overrides, in React we use components and properties. The concepts are so similar that it seemed silly not to unify them.

Painting with Code

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nabil kazerouni

193 days ago

From Morse code to Smile to pay

The Evolution of Fintech

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nabil kazerouni

196 days ago

the cells of the interval trainers, are believed to influence the ability of mitochondria to produce energy for muscle cells; the subjects who did the interval workouts showed increases in the number and health of their mitochondria — an impact that was particularly pronounced among the older cyclists.

the cells of the interval trainers, are believed to influence the ability of mitochondria to produce energy for muscle cells; the subjects who did the interval workouts showed increases in the number and health of their mitochondria — an impact that was particularly pronounced among the older cyclists.

The Best Exercise for Aging Muscles

nytimes.com

nabil kazerouni

196 days ago

This is a short not overdone guide to teaching financial literacy and healthy money habits for your kids.

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nabil kazerouni

232 days ago

Interesting read about making decisions and setting pace. If you're too heavy pay more attention to making decisions (first half) if you're not you can read the whole thing ;)

You can either set the pace of the market or be the one to react. Whoever is fastest out of the gate is the one everyone else has to react to.

Speed as a Habit

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nabil kazerouni

239 days ago

Becoming excellent is the intersection of genetics/strengths (opportunity), the labor of practice (work) and the layering of your experiences (your niche).

The Myth and Magic of Deliberate Practice

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nabil kazerouni

246 days ago

An interesting writing/journaling method to reframe thoughts to become action-oriented and reflective.

Students reflect on important moments in their past, identify key personal motivations and create plans for the future, including specific goals and strategies to overcome obstacles. Peterson calls the two parts "past authoring" and "future authoring."

The Writing Assignment That Changes Lives

npr.org

nabil kazerouni

290 days ago

“[Writers] are the fastest designers in the world. They’re amazing at boiling down incredibly abstract concepts into tiny packets of cognition, or language.”

Words as Material

nicolefenton.com

nabil kazerouni

294 days ago

Interesting read about an extreme example of focusing on product over profit.

“People who come here are never interested in the product, only in the profits,”

The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

qz.com

nabil kazerouni

296 days ago

More than just tactics on writing. It surfaces an approach to demystifying "talent".

The talented writer can explode, as with a verbal microscope, some fleeting sensation or action, tease out insights, and describe subsensations that we all recognize, even if we have rarely considered them before; that is, he or she describes them at greater length and tells more about them than other writers.

Ernest Hemingway: The Art of Talented Writing

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nabil kazerouni

305 days ago

A prerequisite for Design Managers in startups experiencing hyper growth. A templated path for onboarding, guidance and future vision of your growing teams.

3 Tools for Design Managers to welcome new designers and help them grow

medium.com

nabil kazerouni

344 days ago

— and it doesn’t personalize.” That last P makes a key distinction: “My boss didn’t say, ‘You're stupid.’ She said, ‘You sounded stupid when you said um.’ There's a big difference between the two.”

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

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