There are way too many terrible business books out there. Most business books aren’t even books—they are business cards for the writers or ego trips for CEOs.
Cheryl Strayed wrote for years before having a bestselling book. She knew the important thing was writing every day.
Most people are not strategic. They are reactive.
It’s fine to disagree with Gawker. They certainly have screwed up sometimes, but there’s a reason we made freedom of the press, the first amendment. Why can’t Silicon Valley counter speech with speech?
Co-founder of PayPal Peter Thiel will soon be giving out $100,000 fellowships to 24 recent recipients of his Thiel Fellowship. The catch? They drop of out school and work for two years with over 100 Silicon Valley veterans as mentors to “further develop their ideas in areas such as biotechnology, education, and energy,” according to the The Chronicle of Higher Education.