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#45 How Curious! Bridge jumping next Sunday if you fancy?

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How Curious!

March 4 · Issue #45 · View online

A short monthly newsletter packed with awesome new discoveries and personal recommendations! #Books #Podcasts #Tech #Humour #Psychology #BestOfTheWeb


Happy March and welcome to the 45th issue of ‘How Curious!’ ✌️
“Bridge jumping next Sunday if you fancy?” - Days after my first time paragliding, I guess receiving this text is somewhat normal!?
Surfing, hiking, and a trip to the mountains are amongst last months highlights. I’m bullish on the long-term future of distributed work. ⛰️🪂
I love hearing feedback from readers of this newsletter and last month was extra special. It’s amazingly rewarding to hear that this newsletter has inspired some readers to launch their own newsletter, start reading books, and donate business profits to charity. You’re all awesome! 😊✨
Please keep all the feedback coming. The rate I receive book recommendations far exceeds my reading pace but I’m happy to have a growing reading list! 📚

Welcoming my 31st birthday with a memorable hilltop sunset.
Welcoming my 31st birthday with a memorable hilltop sunset.
Quotes
Luck is preparation multiplied by opportunity. - Seneca
We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience. - John Devey
Surfing should be called paddling, cause that’s what you’re actually doing most of the time. What you get to show at the end of the day is the cover shot surfing the big wave, but that’s really the output of a lot of tonnage. - Tim Ferriss
Podcasts
The Data Detective | Cautionary Tales
Amazon Narratives: Memos, Working Backwards from Release, More | a16z Podcast
"Will the new remote workforce go nomadic?" with Pieter Levels from Nomad List | Building Remotely
Books
How to Get Rich: Felix Dennis
Humankind: A Hopeful History: Rutger Bregman
Best of the web
Life is short. (This time with a working link!)
Virtual Team Activities List
Iceberger - Draw an iceberg and see how it will float.
Best of YouTube
Carl Sagan's explanation of how the Ancient Greeks knew Earth was Round
Best of Twitter
"Obese pancake man" - For reference, a BMI of 40 or more is morbidly obese.
"Obese pancake man" - For reference, a BMI of 40 or more is morbidly obese.
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- Peter Duffy
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