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Building a business is an emotional thing

In productivity, work-life balance, getting things done by neville

The most common reason startups fail is because the founders build something people don’t want. The second most common reason – less well known – is because of disagreement between the founders. When you start out building a company with one or more partners, everything is exciting. There’s the buzz of the startup, the excitement of the first product launch, …

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Dealing with Overwhelm

In productivity, work-life balance, getting things done, life by neville

Tsunamis are one of nature’s greatest forces of destruction. Formed in the sea by earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions or meteorite impacts, they can travel at incredible speeds and cause unimaginable destruction. The deeper the water, the faster the tsunami. In the deep ocean, tsunamis can move as fast as a jet plane, over 500 miles per hour, and can cross …

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Fake it till you make it: how imposter syndrome can elevate your game (even if you’re not the world’s greatest expert)

In productivity, building blocks, brand, getting things done by neville

Adele is a well-known singer and performing artist. She is also perhaps slightly less well known for her stage fright – she says that even as she gets more experience, her stage fright gets worse. Some recent news articles suggests that she may even have trouble doing future tours because her stage fright is so bad. Just like even the …