4 ways to Become Indistractable, get your funding & more
The Growth Letter #69
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Today at a glance:
Article: The 4 steps to Becoming Indistractable
Post: Founders tools
Media: Range by David Epstein
Tool: Choose your property wisely
Framework: Growth-Share matrix
Distraction erodes your days and divides your focus. If you aren’t trained to ignore diversions, your brain will be manipulated by time-wasting distractions.
This article by Nir Eyal, who is also the author of “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products” provides 4 pillars that will help you be less distracted and more productive.
Funding is the most important aspect of any start-up. Corey Engel provided us with key requirements and how to achieve them. Impress your investors by using the above-mentioned tool and your seed funding is on its way to your bank.
I had heard about the Book “RANGE” written by David Epstein and wanted to read it. I hadn’t bought the book and was occupied with some of my projects which reduced my reading time. That’s when I came across 9 minutes explanation of Range by Productivity Game on Youtube. It is a channel that extracts the important message, tools, and activities of a book and explains all of them clearly in a summary.
You can watch & hear the core message from RANGE here.
Kasaz is a trusted property website for buying and selling apartments. They have verified and cross-checked all properties. Accurate photos and location make it easier for buyers to get a real deal rather than cluttered and bad-quality pictures. Dr. Sébastien Marion is the CEO of Kasaz, I had the opportunity to help Kasaz start its growth and experimentation efforts.
This week’s framework is called the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Matrix which helps businesses prioritize their different products and services. It is a table, split into four quadrants, each with its own unique symbol that represents a certain degree of profitability: question marks, stars, dogs, and cash cows.
The growth-share matrix aids the company in deciding which products or units to either keep, sell, or invest more in.