12 Favorite Problems: A Practical Framework for Discovering Your Purpose

https://joebalcom.blog/2020/07/11/12-favorite-problems/


Learnings From A Year of Being Indie

Highlights, learnings, and struggles from the first twelve months as an indie product owner.

Source: Learnings From A Year of Being Indie


Ask HN: If given freedom to choose, what full-time job would you choose and why? | Hacker News

Source: Ask HN: If given freedom to choose, what full-time job would you choose and why? | Hacker News


2 Years To Make $10 in Software Revenue

It took us over two years to make $10 in revenue through software we made. We made a lot of mistakes we hope you can learn from on the way.

Source: 2 Years To Make $10 in Software Revenue


How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner – DaedTech

In this post, I describe the phenomenon of the so-called expert beginner — someone with mediocre skill who thinks he’s an expert.

Source: How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner – DaedTech


200 days drawing challenge

I decided to try how can I improve in drawing. I have to admit that my beginning were horrible. But I was practicing every day and I was amazed with results.

Source: 200 days drawing challenge


How I Got My Attention Back — by Craig Mod

There are a thousand beautiful ways to start the day that don’t begin with looking at your phone. And yet so few of us choose to do so. Technology is commanding our attention in infinite, insurmountable loops. A country trip off-grid helped me escape.

Source: How I Got My Attention Back — by Craig Mod


“Float means the number of shares available for trading. Apple Inc., for example, as of July 2016, had 5.3 billion shares in the”

— How to Day Trade for a Living: Tools, Tactics, Money Management, Discipline and Trading Psychology by Andrew Aziz
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“Rule 7: Retail traders trade only Stocks in Play, high relative volume stocks that have fundamental catalysts and are being traded regardless of the overall market.”

— How to Day Trade for a Living: Tools, Tactics, Money Management, Discipline and Trading Psychology by Andrew Aziz
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“If you examine the work of most successful traders, they all take many small losses. Their results are littered with numerous small losses of 7c (cents), 5c, 3c, and even 1c per share. Most good day traders have few losses that are more than 30c per share. Most winning trades should work for you right away.”

— How to Day Trade for a Living: Tools, Tactics, Money Management, Discipline and Trading Psychology by Andrew Aziz
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