Alright, this is something I rarely do. Hell, it’s something I never do. And yet ProductHunt’s YourStack is easily one of the most satisfying products — and product launches — I’ve ever seen. So, credit where credit is due here; let’s dive into what I’ve seen so far.
A couple of blog posts ago, I discussed one of my primary tenets: making things 1% better every day. In this post, I’m going to drive home the key ingredient to this tenet: compound interest.
I’ve talked a lot about the concepts of exponential growth and compound interest as it relates to a person’s learning and success. In this post, I wanted to elaborate a bit more on what I call the 1% rule.
If my life was a line graph, I’d like to see it as having linear growth from ages 0 to 12, stagnant growth from 13 to 17, and exponential growth from 18 to 20.
Quite a while back I promised that I would elaborate on two functions that I posited: The Function of Success and the Function of Opportunity. Today I wanted to focus on success; more specifically, career success.