• Married People Sleep Better

    In a recent sleep study of 5,804 people, researchers observed that those who are married (in a co-sleeping arrangement) showed significantly higher levels of total and relative REM sleep as compared to those never married.

  • Founding Sales

    This note does not have a description yet. Links to this note Make it Easy to Say Yes to Making an Introduction When asking for an introduction, make at is easy as possible for the person making the introduction.

  • Reading Books Is a Cheat Code

    Books have the ability of condensing and transferring information efficiently. While some things can’t be learned from reading, reading gives you the benefit of other peoples’ experience.

  • Everything Is Political

    Some companies recently tried to separate business from politics so they can better focus on their mission.

  • Fermi Estimate

    A ‘back of the napkin’ estimate that can be quite accurate.

  • How People Get Rich and Income Inequality

    Paul Graham argues in How people get rich now that we are returning to a period where wealth is mostly generated from starting companies (as opposed to inherited wealth from oil and natural resources) and that’s a good thing even though wealth inequality is growing.

  • Eephus Pitch

    An off speed high arching pitch in baseball that is meant to catch batters offguard.

  • Monetizing Innovation

    This note does not have a description yet. Links to this note Versioning Provides a Way to Sell Information Without Cannibalizing High Margins Versioning is a pricing strategy for information products where you create different versions of the product for different users.