Newsletter Issues

  • 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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  • Get Inside Your Users' Minds (www.getrevue.co)

    Startups who know their customers the best have a competitive edge in the market.  Here’s how to actually understand your user in this week’s Get To Traction newsletter.

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  • Psychological Questions to Ask Your Future Co-Founder (www.getrevue.co)

    These psychological questions will help you better understand each other and better determine goodness of fit. If you’re not aligned on these questions or if the person’s style of responding doesn’t mesh with your personality, use all of that as data to say “no” now. 

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  • How to Scale Your Sales – From Scratch (www.getrevue.co)

    Orders are rolling in and you’re ready to build out your sales team?  Here’s how to set up your startup for success by thinking about your future organization structure and what your company will look like.  [Get To Traction – Curated resources for Early-Stage Founders]

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  • Product Hunt: The Internet's Destiny Machine (latecheckout.substack.com)

    This post is in collaboration with The Generalist. Mario from The Generalist is awesome. Subscribe to his Newsletter here. It’s worth it. Every hero begins in the ordinary world. Harry Potter languishes in the closet under the stairs. Luke Skywalker toils as a farmboy on Tatooine.

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