My 3 Most Influential Websites
People like to ask about my hobbies and what I do on weekends. Not sure why, probably because I have this mysterious persona. I'm not a big fan of small talk, so my usual answer is "nothing" and "not much". There is one thing that I want to share with you, and these are the web sites that I come back to on a regular basis. I believe these are the sites and people that really shaped me into who I am today.
Tim Ferriss Blog
I am huge fan of Tim Ferris. I've been following him since the 4-hour work week. He creates great content on various topics. His podcasts, where he interviews successful people, are also great addition to your commute or a jog. Check it out, he has something for everyone.
Signal vs Noise
SvN is a blog mostly on business topics. Originally started by Basecamp's (former 37signals) DHH and Jason, now it gets posts from guest writers too. I like SvN since it has a different perspective on building businesses. If you know anything about Jason and DHH, and where Basecamp comes from, then you'll understand the theme of this blog -- building something of value takes time, you don't need outside capital, and you don't have to lose sanity.
Indie Hackers interviews people who made successful side projects/small businesses. The interviews are really interesting to me, because they highlight what worked and what didn't. I think it's a very good resource for anyone like me looking to build and sell something of their own. You should check it out if you think you got some entrepreneurial blood in you.
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