Musical.ly notes

In today’s pick, Alex Zhu walks us through his Musical.ly journey to demonstrate what true growth hacking looks like.

Very rarely have we seen such immense clarity of thought bundled into one interview – Robbins’ notes are perfect, but do watch the whole video if you can!

A love poem

For our very first video recommendation, we thought we’d keep it simple. So here is some heart-warming spoken word poetry by Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye. The topic is the simplest (and the most complicated) thing – Love!

Busy, busy!

If you look around you, everyone seems to (want to) be busy.

Self-imposed work, an urge to take on more obligations, and the need to plan “productive” use of free time to a tee – explore the rise of all this and more in today’s piece from The Economist.

Federer moments

When a great writer is in awe of one of the greatest tennis players of all time, you end up with nothing short of a relic.

Join David F. Wallace from The New York Times as he reflects on the human beauty that is Federer in action.