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Types of research & Benjamin Franklin's routine
Welcome to the 56th edition of the GrowthX Newsletter. Every Tuesday & Thursday I write a piece on startups & business growth. Today’s piece is going to 94,400+ operators & leaders from startups like Google, Stripe, Swiggy, Razorpay, CRED & more
We saw 15+ replies to the last week’s email with you folks sharing some of the rich content that you found on the internet. I appreciate it! And maybe if enough of you are ready to share your favorite content for others to consume, then we need to talk!
Reply to this email with what you are reading with us & with a why. Depending on how they could help the larger community, I’ll include them into the friday issue.
I’ve got some motivation from you folks, so I’m sharing what I read as well
I found this great blog by Manas Saloi, which goes in covers a great depth & breadth of research. Reading this will surely give you ideas & guide you on many layers of how to think about the product you’re working to improve. Tap HERE to read.
Sahil Bloom’s new article titled ‘What Ben Franklin Can Teach You About Time’ is a read that I’m personally excited to finish this weekend. I skimmed through it & it looks so damn promising. Tap HERE to read.
@Sameer_jain22 & @brejofit gets a book this week.
In case you don’t know, we do giveaway of books every week to people who share GrowthX Shorts on Twitter. Try your luck by sharing it ♥️
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