Plan Your Next #140
I really resonated with these ideas. It's amazing how far the right community can take you. And I'm a big believer that more people should start podcasts. There's something about that medium that makes me feel it's a drastically underrated format. Something about the intimacy, perhaps. It's like being a fly on the wall for a conversation and that isn't captured as well elsewhere.
I still can’t believe that my podcast episode killed your podcast with Reza. RIP 🪦
Thank you for your generous mention Nate. I look back on our year of evolving the NessLabs newsletter group with great fondness and it seems like a decade has passed since then. Loved this piece - it is full of great advice and resources as well as your ringing endorsement of the power of committing to a regular essay/newsletter publication. I have been publishing for three years now and am going „paid“
on Substack at the end of March and attribute much of the impetus to the lessons I learned from our little group.
Usually I think of the diamond and many facets as a metaphor for different sides of us. I also like this puzzle framing. Put the puzzle together without the seeing the image on the box!
I like your idea about outlining the edges of your interests in your website...🤔 I’ve been wondering how to rebuild one for myself and I think I’ll take this approach!
Really resonated with this entire article.
I HATE introducing myself. I like the idea of being more aspirational when I do it.
And, having joined Paul's community, I'm definitely trying to lean more into community this year! Thankful to count you among my friends as well, Nate!