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Tiago Forte (Ep.52): The privilege of sharing knowledge

Our first guest Tiago Forte returns to close out the first season of Rad Awakenings. Tiago’s the founder of Forte Labs, an education company focused on productivity and learning. He believes that technology has fundamentally changed the way we work – as entrepreneurs or as knowledge workers. With new multi-billion dollar industries being created each …

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April Rinne (Ep.51): How to prototype and iterate an independent career

April Rinne cannot be described with simple labels. She helps companies, policy makers, and non-profits navigate the new economy. She’s a global citizen, having visited over 100 countries in her lifetime and is a “career portfolioist.” And while she works for herself, don’t for a second think that this limits the scope of her work: she’s …

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How to name your blog

What’s in a name? Identity. Brand. Personality. Presence. All these hold true when it comes to building an online presence. And whether you’re starting a blog, newsletter or digital side project – one of the first decisions you’ll have to make is picking a name. And damn it’s hard. Not only are good (and short) …

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How Bill Belichick created a culture of excellence with the Patriots

Regardless of your views on Bill Belichick and the Patriots, the mark they’ve on the NFL record books is indisputable. Few (if any) teams in modern sports history have been able to create a culture of excellence, sustained over more than a decade. What’s the secret sauce? I interviewed former Patriots safety Sergio Brown on …

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