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Kyle Eschenroeder
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Kyle Eschenroeder Oct 18
Thank you, Will! Generous of you to include it on that list And thanks for the connection, excellent
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Kyle Eschenroeder Oct 10
It got moved! Thanks for the heads up David - and the interest :) Here it is:
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Kyle Eschenroeder Oct 10
not my fault i guess :)
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Kyle Eschenroeder retweeted
Art of Manliness Oct 4
Meditations on the Wisdom of Action, by
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 30
Replying to @nateliason
Congratulations!!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 26
UNINHABITED EXCEPT BY SPECTRES
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 26
might be interested to hear about the Holdmans
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 23
Really excited about the new podcast. It's a format I hope becomes more popular: an audiobook with "director's commentary" that takes ideas further with real life stories and added explanations.
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adventur.es Sep 20
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 19
Replying to @EricRWeinstein @vgr
Please Portal this
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 19
Thank you!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 19
Replying to @William_Blake
Favorite Houllebecq? Or recommended starting place?
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 18
Get wild stories and useful insights for the Messy Marketplace. Send a photo of your book for free early access!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 15
This guy Zach Bryan has 6 videos of him on YouTube. 3 look like they were filmed on a phone and 3 are more professional. The one that gets big enough to maybe make a career is the phone one. Also really good
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 14
Replying to @BrentBeshore
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 12
Do you know if a translation for the full message?
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @JeremyAnderberg
Excited for it!
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
There are very specific plans for managing email, planning get togethers, scheduling time with your S.O. , creating helpful environments for habits, creating high-trust environments at work, and more - for being a quick, fun read, it's specific and far-reaching.
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
It's also packed full of wild stats like this: “If medical error was a disease, it would rank as the third leading cause of death in the U.S.”
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Kyle Eschenroeder Sep 11
Replying to @kyleschen
On the importance of managing notifications: "...receiving a cell phone notification but not replying to it was just as distracting as responding to a message or call."
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