What is the millionaire maker of the 2020's?
There is overlap here, and I'm also generalizing, but I think it's fair to say that millionaires — and sometimes billionaires
The rise of network unions
This post is an exploration of balajis' concept of the network union: These are network unions, predecessors of network states.
Is BitClout a scam?
BitClout is a "Crypto Social Network" where individuals have coins with fluctuating values. Since you can't withdraw funds from the platform, some are calling it a scam.
5 ways the world will flip upside down in the 2020's
Las Vegas casinos do a lot of stuff to mitigate risk, especially risk of theft. Just look at how many
Baking FOCUS pies
In his podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire, John Lee Dumas often mentions how important it is to FOCUS: Follow One Course
The stages of failure
Things aren't going exactly as planned. As I mentioned in my article about the problem with New Year's resolutions, my
Is screen time actually bad for children?
Talk about a loaded question. But it's a question that we as parents have to ask ourselves because we're faced
3 questions to make copy that converts
We're redoing all of our emails over at NativShark. All of them. Onboarding, account notifications, weekly content roundups — the works.
Is unschooling a preview of the future of education?
The other day, I was listening to an interview of Leo Babauta of zen habits. I used to closely follow
The problem with New Year's resolutions
I used to think New Year's resolutions were dumb because they seemed like an excuse to put off what you