Superorganizers

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How To Do Hard Things

A founder explores his journey with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

65 🔒 May 4, 2022 by Casey Rosengren

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How I Tamed Panic

A Comprehensive Guide to an Unfortunate Experience

65 Apr 20, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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Perfectionism: Why and How to Beat It

A Guide to Doing Great Work without Fixating on Flawlessness

63 May 28, 2022 by Dan Shipper, Dr. Clarissa Ong, and Dr. Michael Twohig

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Why You’re Not Doing Creative Work

And how to start again even if you don't have time

61 🔒 Feb 28, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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How to break the anxiety-fear-avoidance cycle

Using ACT to move toward what matters.

56 Aug 2, 2022 by Casey Rosengren

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How Flow Saved a Chef

A Renowned New York Restaurateur on Using Flow to Run His Business, Make Decisions, and Guide His Life

52 Oct 11, 2021 by Kieran O‘Hare

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Beware of Pet Explanations

A few weeks ago, I was out shopping in SoHo when I was gripped by the sensation that everything was about to go horribly wrong. I am not a s

51 🔒 Jan 15, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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Tasting Notes with Robin Sloan

The bestselling novelist shares his recipe for taking notes that spark novels.

49 Dec 15, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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Action Item: The Quest to be Good at Everything

The co-founder of Bark shares his 8 + 1 system for becoming excellent at life

47 🔒 Nov 17, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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You Grow from Your Edges

A review of Standing at the Edge

47 🔒 Jul 26, 2022 by Dan Shipper

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How I bought a business for $0

Hi—Dan here. We're continuing Justin Mares's column on side businesses today! You can read previous editions here.Before starting Kettle &am

46 Mar 5, 2021 by Justin Mares

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You have to get good before you get better

Two Shorts: Get good then get better, Kevin Yien's OKR template

45 🔒 Apr 17, 2020

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Peter Boyce is a People Person

How a top venture capitalist uses Airtable to build a Personal CRM

44 🔒 Nov 9, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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You can only respond to what you notice

Awareness has a variable shape and size—and learning to control it is a powerful skill

43 🔒 Apr 18, 2022 by Michael Ashcroft

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The Feedback Decision Tree

How to Give Feedback to Your Colleagues

42 🔒 Mar 23, 2022 by Brie Wolfson

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How Anne-Laure Le Cunff Wrote 200 Articles In One Year

Mindful productivity helps her stay prolific without burning out

41 🔒 Jul 25, 2020

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How To Write Philosophy with Dr. Pamela Hieronymi

The “consulting philosopher” on The Good Place shares her process for thinking and writing

40 🔒 Dec 1, 2021 by Dan Shipper and Kieran O‘Hare

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Hunting Knowledge with Eric Jorgenson

How the author of The Almanack of Naval Ravikant curates wisdom

40 🔒 Nov 20, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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A Sneak Peak At a Next Generation Personal CRM

A preview of Clay + access to Hebbia.ai

39 🔒 Nov 11, 2020 by Dan Shipper

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Polina Marinova Pays Attention to the Little Things

How the creator of The Profile learned to read people — and used it to create a popular newsletter

39 🔒 May 15, 2020

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Forget Forgetting. Build a Zettelkasten.

A networked note-taking method to help you remember more and write better

38 🔒 Mar 5, 2020

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How to never lose another memory again

The co-creator of Flow State explains what happens when you put your entire life in bullet points.

38 🔒 Jun 18, 2020

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Validating a Side Hustle

How Justin Mares validated the idea that became a successful D2C company

38 Feb 13, 2021 by Justin Mares

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Organizing Superorganizers

Happy Saturday! For a long time I’ve wanted to make the Superorganizers archive more useful. There’s a ton of information in there, but the

37 🔒 Aug 22, 2020

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The Science of Productivity Cycles

Why we get tired of our workspaces, and why new environments stimulate productivity

37 🔒 Sep 3, 2020 by Dan Shipper