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How To Be Successful
How To Be Successful
I’ve observed thousands of founders and thought a lot about what it takes to make a huge amount of money or to create something important. Usually, people start off wanting the former and end up...
·blog.samaltman.com·
How To Be Successful
Barrels and Ammunition
Barrels and Ammunition
Last week, I watching some talks on Youtube and came across one that stood out to me. Keith Rabois introduces the concept of barrels and ammunition, which I thought was a really clever way to view organizations...
·conordewey.com·
Barrels and Ammunition
Working with Queue and Stack people
Working with Queue and Stack people
My colleague and friend Clinton told me once about himself (I’m paraphrasing): “I’m a stack, not a queue”. This is not a post about queue and stack data structures, but abou…
·marcesher.com·
Working with Queue and Stack people
Productivity
Productivity
I think I am at least somewhat more productive than average, and people sometimes ask me for productivity tips.  So I decided to just write them all down in one place. Compound growth gets...
·blog.samaltman.com·
Productivity
The Decision Lab - Behavioral Science, Applied.
The Decision Lab - Behavioral Science, Applied.
A behavioral design think tank, we apply decision science, digital innovation & lean methodologies to pressing problems in policy, business & social justice
·thedecisionlab.com·
The Decision Lab - Behavioral Science, Applied.
Sean Johnson on Twitter
Sean Johnson on Twitter
“The best career tip: Start writing. Publicly. No one will notice at first. Which is good. You’ll build the habit. You’ll find your voice. You’ll build a platform slowly, brick by brick. Over 5-10 years, you’ll build an asset very few have. The opportunities will shock you.”
·twitter.com·
Sean Johnson on Twitter