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Issue 37 | April 2017

Hooked

How to Build Habit-Forming Products

By Nir Eyal

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The cool part about it is that Nir breaks down the science of habit-forming into a simple, easy to digest four-part formula. The fact that he was able to do that was really surprising to me, and I admire him for it. Nir even includes exercises at the end of each section with questions for the readers to ask themselves about their own product to determine whether or not it will be habit-forming.

Issue 36 | March 2017

Benjamin Franklin

An American Life

By Walter Isaacson

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The craziest part about this book is that I was only one-fifth of the way through and already reading about Franklin at age forty. Forty! Most of the impact he made happened after the age of forty, which was super encouraging! I’m thirty-four, and I feel like I’m just getting started, which gives me time to figure out how to earn a biography worth writing and reading.

It really made me think about what was important to me.

Issue 35 | February 2017

The Mastery Journal

The Mastery Journal

Master Productivity, Discipline, and Focus in 100 Days

By John Lee Dumas

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What I really love about The Mastery Journal is that it’s extremely easy to follow along. Like all good journals out there, it’s not just a blank “here you go, you figure it out” type of thing. The first several pages are easy to read material that gets you primed for what this journal can do for you. Then it gives you specific sample journal entries for things like crushing your morning routine, the pomodoro routine, and staying focused on a task. I also like the charts that you can create with The Mastery Journal.

There’s also a scoring component to the journal. You can give yourself specific points for improvement, a thing I love because, for me, numbers and keeping track and improving on those is a huge part of my own drive for betterment.
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