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Josh Kaufman
Bestselling author of "The Personal MBA," "The First 20 Hours," & "How to Fight a Hydra." My work helps people make more money, get more done, & have more fun.
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Josh Kaufman Dec 21
Replying to @kristijoy
Sorry for the delay! Email should work now - infrastructure change on my end. (DM also works.)
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Josh Kaufman Dec 3
Replying to @cgenco @laurenancona
, meet , wizard of the Googles Analytic and all-around wonderful person. You should definitely chat.
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Farbod Saraf Nov 25
This is why things in commercials don't look like they do in real life
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Josh Kaufman Nov 22
Replying to @BradyHaran
I just returned from a trip, and tested “The US, Colorado.” It was perfect - short, quick, and answered the unevitable follow-up in an unobtrusive way.
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Justin Klingler Nov 20
I read this very unique and new “business” book tonight from one of my favorite authors, . The book size was smaller than I anticipated but it was full of quality content. I enjoyed the metaphors and message. Time to fight a Hydra of my very own.
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Justin Gregg Nov 14
Read How to Fight a Hydra by after fighting an actual hydra in last week. Wish I could cast Searing Smite on my dirty dishes to prevent them from coming back. Will fight them with Josh's tips instead. HT for the recommendation
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Josh Kaufman Nov 16
If I ever decide to get involved in politics, the first order of business will be advocating for changes like this. (Approval, instant runoff, and single transferable vote are all more representative voting systems than what most of the US uses now.)
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Josh Kaufman Nov 13
Replying to @AMarcinkiewicz
Glad you found it useful!
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Rob Walling Nov 10
The book “How to Fight a Hydra” is a a quick read/listen. Aimed at creatives, authors, etc but on target for startup founders as well. It’s a fictionalized account of a person battling a Hydra as a metaphor for doing hard things. Nice work, .
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Scott Young Nov 6
My friend, wrote a new short parable about fighting the battles in one's work and life:
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Josh Kaufman Nov 6
Thanks - glad you enjoyed the book!
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lizandmollie Nov 3
Just read fellow author 's new book How To Fight A Hydra highly recommend!
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Josh Kaufman Nov 6
American friends: VOTE today. It's important.
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Daniel Welsch Nov 6
Well whaddya know? 's new book has my favorite quote on the first page.
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Josh Kaufman Oct 31
Replying to @tjheldna
Glad to hear you enjoyed it - Tim did a fantastic job on the sound design. (If you have a moment, please leave a review on Audible - it helps a lot. Thanks!)
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GMD Oct 30
Really enjoyed listening to the Audible version. I found it relatable, well read and the background ambience was great. Thanks Josh.
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Ryan Delk Oct 24
My friend just published his first fiction book, 'How to Fight a Hydra'. I read an early copy of this and it's fantastic, a great escape and you'll find yourself in the story:
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Evan Deaubl Oct 24
Take an hour (yes, just an hour!) out of your day and read this. And read it again anytime you need another shot of courage. How to Fight a Hydra will be something I reread before every one of my scary, ambitious projects in the future.
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Joey Cofone Oct 24
This is one of my favorite books of the year. I read it in a single sitting and talked about it for days.
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Jeff Goins Oct 24
This is a wonderful story about adventure, quests, and overcoming the fears we all face. It teaches us that life is like every great journey: we don't know the end till we get there. Great work, Josh!
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