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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 Apr 23
2018 Annual Review –
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Josh Kaufman Apr 17
So glad you enjoyed it – it's always fun when a project goes in an unexpected direction that works. really nailed the sound design: the audio is my favorite edition of the book.
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Josh Kaufman Apr 17
Just saw your email – thank you for the mention!
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Josh Kaufman Apr 9
Replying to @randfish
The best game by a longshot. Favorite feature: you can play even when you’re not at the table, just by *thinking* about it.
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Josh Kaufman Apr 4
The Synapse 25 is my favorite bag. I have the GR2 for extended one-bag travel and I like it, but I prefer the 25 for everything else. The external pockets are crazy useful.
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Claire Lew Mar 25
One of my favorite questions to ask myself when I'm worried, stressed, indecisive, etc: "What’s the most I can do with what I have right now?”
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Josh Kaufman Mar 23
Highlights: casting “spirit logs,” rolling a Nat 1 after invoking the goddess of luck, ’s cold/lightning-breathing owl, and turning the BBEG into a fine red mist one round after being saved by my medic ranger’s healing smoke bomb.
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Josh Kaufman Mar 23
First annual D&D game: congrats to , , , and for saving the world with 3 rounds to spare, and special thanks to for DMing. What a game!
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Chris Powers Mar 18
Six years later I'm so happy that I skipped the MBA and read 'The Personal MBA' by - more data coming out to validate this approach. As a bonus feature, reading and networking with smart people on my own has been way more fun than paying $ to sit in a lecture hall.
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Josh Kaufman Mar 8
Thanks, gents – glad you both enjoyed it!
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Wendy Luciani Mar 2
Really enjoyed the new book - How to Fight a Hydra, this evening. A (quick) must read for adventurous souls, tackling things that feel overwhelming. I found myself smiling at and reflecting upon each beautiful page.
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Ben Orenstein Feb 20
What I thought we were building: a SOFTWARE company What we're actually building: a software COMPANY
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Goran Blagus Feb 10
Josh Kaufman’s last book is like nothing he has published before. It’s short, sweet, and to the point.
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Josh Kaufman Feb 7
Replying to @jacobsowles
It was an adjustment for me as well. It helps to be super clear about exactly what you’re working to achieve, so you can gauge progress/success vs. that well-defined objective instead of a nebulous and undefined “perfection.”
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Justin Jackson Jun 5
Mental illness is real. I didn't think I would ever get depressed, until it hit me last year. There is help! Here are some resources specifically for entrepreneurs:
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tylercowen Feb 2
It is useful for people to know that reforming their views (and actions) will be rewarded, and that there is a statute of limitations in the non-legal sense too.
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Dave Rieth Jan 28
I purchased “The Personal MBA” audiobook roughly a month ago. I’m listening to it for the third time all the way through and still learning new things. Thank you for creating this!
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Josh Kaufman Jan 29
Replying to @DaveRieth
Glad to hear you're finding it useful - thanks for listening!
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Courtland Allen Jan 25
The dopamine hit from encountering novel advice fools us into thinking it's better than it really is. Most of what we should be doing are things we've heard a million times already.
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Rolf Degen Jan 22
Even at quiet rest, a trickle of fresh impressions is being made durable away from the stream of consciousness, without the need of the offline state of sleep.
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