Weekly Six-Pack 3/15/20

Weekly Six-Pack
Here are the 6 things to check out this week:

  1. Last week, I wrote about getting paid to learn.  Especially early in your career, you want to put yourself in as many positions to learn as possible.
  2. How prepared are you to start over?  The Daily Stoic pondered this question and it hit home with me.
  3. When people ask Steven Pressfield what he does in-between books, he says “there should never be a ‘between books'”.  He shows a level of intensity and obsession that most aren’t willing to bring to the table. 
  4. “Start small, think big, scale quickly.”  SPANX founder Sara Blakely talks to Tony Robbins about turning a few thousand dollars into a $400M business.  She also explains how she remains feminine amidst a male-dominated business world. 
  5. I’ve been jammin’ to the Boys and Girls album by Alabama Shakes. 
  6. Need something to watch while you’re quarantined at home?  Try rewatching Goodfellas (amazing).  For those with a food fix, the Chef’s Table documentary series is great and I dug the recent Sean Brock episode.  

Quote of the Week

“Extraordinary benefits accrue to the tiny minority of people who are able to push just a tiny bit longer than most.”

Seth Godin

 

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