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Philip Looney
Product Management professional with a love of learning, reading, travel, and fitness.
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Philip Looney Jan 12
Like I know this job is much harder than it looks, but saying « they didn’t want to go three and out there » - well of course, no team WANTS to go three and out.
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Philip Looney Jan 12
I spent so much of the year watching football games by recording and FF from play-to-play that I’d forgotten how most color commentary is hyperbole and stating the obvious.
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Men in Blazers Jan 9
We need to start broadcasting soccer like THIS 🙌🙌🙌
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Motherboard Jan 5
How to download the books that just entered the public domain:
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Aytekin Jan 4
I just published "Read with purpose: how to better understand and retain what you read"
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Philip Looney Jan 4
Currently reading: How to Be the Family CFO
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Philip Looney Dec 14
Enjoyed this chart on Growth Mindset via
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Philip Looney Nov 16
Reading this article by made me feel better about myself, and doing things like buying that Hamilton biography today...
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Philip Looney Nov 16
I unsubscribed from 9 unwanted emails with . Life is busy. Your inbox shouldn't be.
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James Clear Aug 29
Start more books. Quit most of them. Read the great ones twice.
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Philip Looney Aug 10
Currently reading:
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Philip Looney Jul 24
Summer Reading: 5 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
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James Clear Jul 22
Ultimately, anyone who wishes to fulfill their potential must come to terms with the endless nature of self-improvement. Specific goals or projects may have a beginning and an end, but the process of improvement goes on forever. There is no finish line.
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Philip Looney Jul 17
Compound Interest and Compounding Growth: A Comprehensive Guide
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Philip Looney Jul 16
I Did the Whole 30 in August – Here’s what happened via
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Philip Looney Jul 16
The Health Benefits of Walking and How to Walk for 30 Minutes A Day via
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