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In the meantime, here are a few updates from our team.
And that’s not all. We have many more exciting things planned this month, so keep on reading if you don’t want to miss anything.
Last month, I told you about Daniel Gilbert’s book, Stumbling on Happiness. To recap, he said humans are a poor predictor of their future state of emotions. Before you make a decision, you should try speaking to people who have been in a similar situation or are at a stage in their life where you want to be and ask them questions, instead of blindly following your gut.
To build on that, I introduce you to Scott Young. Scott is the author of the book, Ultralearning and he believes that a typical person, if seriously committed, could make enormous improvements in their life in less than a year. But only if they build from the right foundation
One of his foundational practice is to have ‘One Conversation Per Week with Someone Smarter Than You.’
Why is this important? Keep on reading to know what Scott has to say about this.
We had an overwhelming response to the AMA on the 4th of April with over 500 registrants and lots of positive feedback. We hear you like live events so we’re back with another AMA next week.
In this immersive session, our Head of Programs, Caleb Maru will chat with Giulianna, Lauren, and Emily and share advice on working in VC.
Date: Monday, April 18, 2022
Time: 5pm PST / 8pm EST / 10am AEST - Tuesday April 19 (time zone converter)
Price: Free (but seats are limited)
NOTE: While seats are limited for the live event, a replay will be shared via email with all registrants.
Note: recap of event here https://twitter.com/EntryLevelNet/status/1516206551685468165
Jennifer recently spoke to Lola from Nigeria about her experience completing our Product Management program and securing a new role.
Learn how Lola became a Product Manager and what advice she has for you - watch here!
“Learn from fields very different from your own. They each have ways of thinking that can be useful at surprising times.”
— David Chapman
Continued from introduction.
You should make an effort to talk with someone who is ahead of you, in any area of life, at least once per week.
The most effective way to practise these methods is to speak to strangers.
Why? We will always be limited in the knowledge that we can gain if we always stick to the same circle of people.
Reaching out to people that are outside your circle is essential to expand our minds and broaden our perspectives.
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Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for any questions regarding our experiences.
Until next time, happy learning.
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