15 principles

HTWFAIP book, Status Monkey, Mariya Oktyabrskaya and many more...

Hi 👋 Prado here

10 Interesting things for you 🙌

  1. 15 principles from How to win friends and influence people (Short Essay)

    I’ve simplified and compressed the entire book into 15 points. I go back to these points to remind me of the right principles.

  2. Status Monkeys: Analyzing NFTs as Social Networks Using the Status-as-a-Service Framework (Blog)

  3. Guy nails every accent (Video)
    I aspire to learn these accents. It’s chewsday innit?

  4. Best Tweets👇

    • Twitter made everyone a writer
      Instagram made everyone a photographer
      TikTok made everyone a dancer
      LinkedIn made everyone a professional
      YouTube made everyone a teacher

      And they all made everyone a storyteller 🙌

  5. Interesting Human of the week:- Mariya Oktyabrskaya. Her husband was killed in WWII, so she sold all her possessions, bought a T-34 tank, and went into the army. Straight up gangster 🚀

  6. Picture of the week:- I wish there was one like this for every year :)

  7. Question of the week:- What are the things you’d like to do before you die?

    Here’s my list:

    • Build a library of books & stories📚
    • Write a book
    • Build a skateboard park 🛹
    • Attend a concert by Hans Zimmer and a live show by David Blaine
    • Innovate in the Education world 🙌

    What's yours?

  8. Meme of the week:- But it worked every single time:))))

  9. Current read: Reading 50 questions, think like a freak and writing one journal 👇

    Four pictures I pasted:

    1. Leonardo da Vinci 🙌
    2. Tim Ferriss
    3. Dhoni ❤️
    4. Neil deGrasse Tyson 📚

    If I can add more: Casey Neistat, Robert Greene, David Blaine, Kevin Hart, Em, Reece Wabara, My blind professor, Naval, Austin Kleon, Manish Pandey, Dave Chapelle & My school principal.

  10. Quote of the week:

    "Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough. Work as hard and as much as you want to on the things you like to do the best. Don't think about what you want to be, but what you want to do." ― Richard Feynman

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