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Brian Feroldi
Brian Feroldi
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Each week, our aim is to share five pieces of content that we believe can help you do just that.
- Brian Feroldi & Brian Stoffel

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One Piece of Timeless Content:
One of my favorite blogs of all time is Raptitue by David Cain. The blog is all about getting better at being human. At its core, it’s about mastering a set of skills that aren’t taught in school.
If you’ve never read Rapititude before, I recommend starting with the list of most helpful posts.
One Twitter Thread:
Daniel Pink has read thousands of passages about people’s biggest regrets. It became the basis for his 2022 book: The Power of Regret. This wonderful thread by Shiromani Kant does a great job of compiling the book’s major lessons.
One Resource:
It can be really hard to change habits. If you’ve got an important change you want to make in your life, stickK can help make it…well…stick.
The website helps you clarify your goal, create a plan, join a community to support you, and – most importantly – put your own money on the line to hold yourself accountable.
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More From Us:
👨‍🎓 Cohort 2 of our financial statements course launches on Sept. 19th
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