Three questions and 30 seconds
Plan Your Next # 134
👋 Good morning from Los Angeles! I'm Nate Kadlac, and this is #134 of Plan Your Next. A Sunday newsletter that connects design, creativity, and building your next thing.
If you’re one of the 25+ new subscribers this week, welcome! This week is a slight departure from my regular format, but here’s one of my favorite pieces recently.
Welcome to Plan Your Next!
I’m taking a slight departure this week to reflect on the newsletter and my upcoming course. I wish you all a fantastic week with your family and loved ones.
I’ve started a secret project related to this newsletter and could use your help.
If you’ve got 30 seconds to spare, I’d love to hear your thoughts on these three questions.
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⚡️ Three creative hits for you to check out next
⌚️ Kevin Rose on building a blog for luxury watches into a $100m business
A lengthy and slow-paced conversation on the My First Million podcast about why Kevin can’t stop building.
💻 How to build products the right way: “My role was to shut the fuck up for two weeks.”
Michael Seibel (Managing Director at Y Combinator, Co-founder Twitch) with one of the most sound breakdowns of how to build a new product. From what problem are you solving to finding your niche and growing to a billion-dollar company in eight years.
👽 Did Elon Musk or Mr. Burns say it?
I whipped through this pretty fast and scored a 58%. Slightly depressing.
👋 See you next Sunday
My calendar is always open to chat about your next adventure, crazy idea, or if you’re feeling creatively stuck.
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