Monthly Archives: May 2016

Manage Your Instagram Feed With Full Features On PC

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Took some time to clean my desk. A photo posted by Findlay Turtle Hilchie (@findlayhi) on Feb 10, 2016 at 11:53pm PST (See that third monitor, that is my simulated phone running while I do some light paperwork) Don’t you hate the fact that you still have to pick up your phone to talk to your… Read more

How to Get Back on Track

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“Slip slidin’ away, slip slidin’ away, You know the nearer your destination, the more you’re slip slidin’ away” — Paul Simon This happens to all of us in one facet of life or another. We build a habit that starts off strong but then, over time, often ends up slip sliding away. It could be the diet… Read more

Your Hustle Needs To Start At 6AM; Here’s Why

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I’ve been reading a lot of articles about what entrepreneurs do, and more importantly what millionaires and billionaires do. This article from Business Insider, this article from Inc and even this article from Entrepreneur all talk about the benefits waking up early. I’ll tell you the truth. I read the first article a couple weeks… Read more

0 to 3.5 million, how theSkimm Achieved Epic Growth

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  These days it seems that everybody has a newsletter. Between retail stores, news sources, gossip websites, your buddy’s weekly fantasy football picks, etc., the choices for what we can receive in our inbox is seemingly limitless and still growing every day. Yet one has risen above all others, growing astoundingly from 0 to reach 3.5… Read more

A Life in Data: Finding Change through Habit Tracking

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It was 2009. I was 18 years old, in university (but not particularly stimulated by it), and spending vast quantities of time on the internet. By some mechanism, I came upon the work of Nicholas Felton. Nicholas is an information designer who created a series of annual reports in which he precisely measured the minutiae… Read more

The Myth of Self Importance

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A number of years ago, I was unceremoniously handed one of the single best pieces of professionals and personal advice I’ve ever received. Today, I’m going to give it to you. Janitor of a school? CEO of a major Fortune 500 company? Stay-at-home parent? Yeah, it still applies to you. Are you sitting down? Here… Read more