How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Moderating an event & more
The Growth Letter #79
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Today at a glance:
Article: How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big
Post: Moderating Barcelona’s top tech startups
Media: Create Magic at Work™
Tool: Tool Time Tim - Manage your time better
Framework: Hook people to your Product
If winning is your goal, then failure will hit you hard. But if you work towards winning (system) and do not win (goal), you know that you did everything & failure isn’t haunting you. Here are 10 takeaways from Scott Adam’s book.
I related to these snippets and hope you find it an enlightening read on the importance of human psychology, management and adaptability of the mind.
I am excited and grateful to be the moderator for the Dream Tech-Stack for eCommerce event held in Barcelona. These are some amazing guests and people I have worked with & admire. If eCommerce is your thing, register here for free.
How does brainstorming look for you? Do you and your team focus on collective intelligence?
I joined Amy Lynn Durham in the ‘Create Magic At Work” podcast last week where we spoke on collective intelligence, brainstorming tools, decision-making & data. I shared how leaders can leverage collective intelligence to grow their organisations. I was glad to be on Amy’s show and hope you enjoy the podcast
You can listen to the podcast here
Welcome to Tool Time Tim!
I have started creating short videos where I elaborate on cool tools which can help you and your business grow. In this video I cover 3 cool tools to help you manage your time better:
I am really excited about this, and I hope you find value in it.
You can check out my first video and DM or email me your thoughts!
The Hook framework was coined by author, technologist and behavioural economist Nir Eyal. The model focuses on how habit-forming triggers people to use products & services. Some of the examples are Facebook, Instagram & tech giants that have managed to keep users using the 4 steps looping cycle.
Habit-forming technologies are part of our day-to-day lives, you have to know how to satisfy your customers with your product/service by not manipulating them.
Tim’s Hiring Zone:
You can find growth-related jobs here.