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5 Things I Learned This Week

In no particular order, a handful of things that I learned this week:

  1. Premeditating evils,” or visualizing the worst case scenario of an experiment in detail, is a good thing. Odds are that the cost of failure is much less than originally conceived. I think this is because prior to premeditation, it was really the element of the unknown that was so terrifying.

  2. If New York’s Financial District were a website, it would win an award for New York’s worst navigation and information architecture. Try finding a place on Pearl Street, I dare you.

  3. There are two morning activities that put me in the mood for holiday season love without fail: listening to Adina Howard and that seasonal cinnamon aroma in Starbucks.

  4. Neil Patel’s Quick Sprout blog is one of the best online marketing resources. I read almost every article, in full, that he publishes. ConversionXL is also good for conversion rate optimization, a/b testing, and the like.

  5. Hazel + Exobrain + 90M + me = improved information naming, sorting, storage, and syncing across all of my devices.

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