In Do Better Work, Clarity and Empathy are the Keys to Results
Andrew Clark reviews Do Better Work, a new book by Max Yoder about finding clarity, camaraderie, and progress in work and life.
The Upside of Stress: Why Stress Is Good for You, and How to Get Good at It
In a book recommended by Hunter Walk of Homebrew, Kelly McGonigal shares how readers can embrace stress and learn from past experiences.
Principles: Life and Work
In a book recommended by Naval Ravikant of AngelList, Ray Dalio argues that a system of rules can be used across both work and life.
Don’t Over-Optimize Fundraising
Aaron Harris, Partner at YC, shares common mistakes founders make during the fundraising process and what things they should focus on instead.
Your VC Just Quit Her Fund! What a Good CEO Should Do Next.
Hunter Walk, Founder of Homebrew, offers advice when an investor or board member leaves their firm and you lose an ally.
What Should an Entrepreneur Look out for When Negotiating a Term Sheet With a VC?
Jason Lemkin, Founder of SaaStr, highlights the one thing to look out for when reviewing a term sheet: complexity.
Setting up a System
Nick Grossman of Union Square Ventures lays out what has worked for him when actively building a personal organizational and productivity system.
One Simple Way to Eliminate Distractions in a Board Meeting
Mark Suster, Founder of Upfront Ventures, explains how founders can keep board meetings focused by eliminating phone and laptop use, keeping the board engaged, and stopping them from "scrolling ahead."
The Power of Doing Nothing at All
Aytekin Tank, Founder of JotForm, argues that "nothing time" is vital for company leaders and operators by using examples from Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and others.