🤔Do you think this is crazy?
🚀 25 in 25, launching a mastermind program and 5 cool things this week | Wisdom Letter #147
So I started a crazy challenge last week 😅
I’m going to launch 1 new product/ service every week for the next 25 weeks.
I’ve realized that I learn the most when I launch new stuff.
So I announced it on Twitter this Tuesday.
Don’t miss people’s reactions 😆
Read my thesis around this challenge and follow updates of every project on this page:
As part of the challenge, the first project I launched was a mastermind program for solopreneurs.
A mastermind is where a close group of 3-4 entrepreneurs get together on a weekly basis and share advice, feedback, and support with each other.
It’s better than any “community” you will join because the experience is high-touch and personalized.
It’s like having a “personal advisory” board for your solo business.
I share more details on the logistics of how it works and all the benefits you get on the product page below.
This is for you if you:
Want to start a side hustle while still working a 9-5 job.
Already have an idea, and want to launch it to start generating revenue.
Are generating revenue but want to grow your solo business.
If that’s something that interests you, register on the page below. We already have 2 groups, and will be closing down sales on Wednesday.
And the group meetings start 1st week of July:
📢 Event Announcement
If you want to go from being a consumer to a creator, you need to come for this Zoom event, big fan of Alex Llull, lots to learn from him.
It’s this Thursday 3 PM GMT.
📖 5 Cool Things
“You Are Perfect Just as You Are… But You Can Always Be Better”
This is 1 of the principles from the 3 principles for a better life by Mark Manson.
“Every good idea and every admirable trait can be taken too far.
A few big ones where balance is everything:
Confidence without arrogance.
Optimism without complacency.
Independence without isolation.
From Too Far by Morgan Housel.
This is a solid goal and reasoning:
Writing is Thinking:
Big fan of both Jordan and David’s writing.
I go deeper into this idea of “writing is thinking” in my course.
“The first clue to the way Musk thinks is in the super odd way that he talks. For example:
Human child: “I’m scared of the dark, because that’s when all the scary shit is gonna get me and I won’t be able to see it coming.”
Elon: “When I was a little kid, I was really scared of the dark. But then I came to understand, dark just means the absence of photons in the visible wavelength—400 to 700 nanometers. Then I thought, well it’s really silly to be afraid of a lack of photons. Then I wasn’t afraid of the dark anymore after that.””
This comes from - The Cook and the Chef: Musk’s Secret Sauce by Tim Urban
It’s a great post in a series of posts about Elon Musk. That dude does think very differently.
We wrote a post about his Twitter acquisition a while back. Do check it out.
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“The Millionaire Fastlane” is a must-read book if you want to be an entrepreneur.
My notes will help you get the gist of the book in a couple of minutes:
181 incredible pieces of 1 sentence life advice below this tweet.
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