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  • PPLSKILL (www.getrevue.co)

    Learn by short pieces of information to empower your career; for employees, entrepreneurs, and freelancers.

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  • The Church of American Startups and Capitalism (ez.substack.com)

    The website for the Lakewood Church makes a simple promise to would-be worshippers – that “the Bible says when you are planted in the house of the Lord, you will flourish.” As the nexus of the thoroughly American “prosperity gospel” movement, the church promises material and financial returns for the faithful. Those who are sufficiently able to complete the right rituals and be “good Christians.” It’s the natural endpoint of

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  • Chainletter.io – Issue #19 (www.getrevue.co)

    Quick Hits:

    1. TRM Labs Secure $14 million in Funding
    2. Hydro Rich Chinese City Clamps Down on Crypto Mining
    3. CNN NFTs For Sale – News Company Selling Iconic Historical Moments
    4. Investment in Blockchain and Crypto Startups in India
    5. NFT Showcase: “The Beauty and Pain of Pangolin”
    6. Advice for Crypto Newbies
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  • Money Is All About Luck (scuttlebutt.substack.com)

    Welcome to our 4 new readers of the Scuttlebutt! If you aren’t subscribed and are looking for actionable finance and business knowledge weekly, join us! Hello and happy Monday Have you ever considered what it takes to get lucky? No not that way – like true genuine luck. Depending on who you ask, you’ll get a variety of answers on luck. Some people don’t think it exists while others believe luck is an active force beyond control at work in our lives every day. I tend to fall somewhere in between; I believe it exists but that luck is a derivative of our actions and therefore we can control it.

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  • The Astukari Newsletter (astukari.substack.com)

    Essential insights in a small package.

    The Astukari Newsletter is a curated list of worthwhile content by writer Jacob Robinson. Every two weeks get the best in psychology, business, investing, and more in an email that takes about two minutes to read. 

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  • The Big Con (christinealemany.substack.com)

    Being “authentic” is a winning formula for brands, politicians, and cons.

    The Big Con shows how marketing and propaganda intersect to highlight how players quickly build credibility and inspire behavior. Readers should be able to spot disinformation, or at least know when they need more research.

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