Weekly Media Roundup (May 31 – Jun 5)
I found a lot of great stuff this week. I hope you find something in here that you enjoy as well. Share it with me in the comments.
- Aerogramme Writers’ Studio – Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling
- Fancy yourself a writer? Here are some tricks and rules of thumb
- Mitch Kirby – Why We Age – Part II: A Comprehensive View Of The Aging Process
- Free radicals? Shortening Telomeres? It’s probably a complicated mess of many things.
- Newsweek – Cure for cancer one step closer after ‘spectacular’ breakthrough
- Every week we’re one step closer to a cancer cure. Could this be it?
- Terrible Advice from Jane and Gabe – What Do You Call It When You Stop Liking The Person You’re Dating?
- What do you do once the rose colored glasses come off?
- Lewis Howes – The Simple Steps to Become a Better Man with Bill Phillips
- The editor of Men’s Health discusses his career success and how to improve your life
- The Better Man Project
- David Eschenlohr – Don’t Know your Purpose? You Don’t Need One. Here is Why.
- Forget purpose. Find direction.
- Coach.me – How this coach can triple your productivity
- 6 tips for building focus, habits, and productivity
- James Clear – Pat Riley on the Remarkable Power of Getting 1% Better
- I wonder if there are ‘Career Best Effort’ markers that I can track?
- James Altucher – How to Get Paid Doing What you Love with Matt Barrie of Freelance.com
- Can you make a business that ‘runs itself’ using only freelance talent?
- Mixergy – Ryan Allis: iContact Founder Returns to Mixergy After $169M Sale
- LWN.net – Jacob Kaplan-Moss: The Programming Talent Myth
- Most programmers aren’t ninjas – they are average. And that’s okay.
- Quora – James Altucher on How to Make $250K in 8 Years
- James Altucher hates salaries.
- Susan Cain – The Rise of the New Groupthink and the Power of Working Alone
- In this age of open offices and collaboration, it pays to remember that some of our most important innovations come from people working alone.