The Office has become a kind of phenomenon in the past few years. It's been trending in the top 10 shows for months now. Its probably one of the best deals Netflix made.I know people who play it in the background while working. There might be some spoilers ahead, but the show went off-air seven … Continue reading Did David Wallace overpay for Micheal Scott Paper Company?
I love books. I've averaged about 15 books a year since 2015 when I decided to read one book every week for 15 weeks. That is when I realized two things: Consistency over intensity. It does not matter if you read a 100 pager or a 400 pager as long as you keep reading. Keep … Continue reading 2020 Reading List
I wrote back in April when Disney announced it's streaming service Disney +, that it is on my 8-80 stock list. I was one of the tens of millions who subscribed on the first day. Although to my surprise, I don't find myself streaming it as much as I thought I would. But I like … Continue reading 52 week high
One of the best things I've come across in a while: "Everything is awful and I am not ok: questions to ask before giving up." Are you hydrated? If not, have a glass of water.Have you eaten in the past three hours? If not, get some food — something with protein, not just simple carbs. … Continue reading “Everything is awful and I am not ok: questions to ask before giving up.”
I came across some interesting product market fit definitions- Paul Graham's cut definition for product market fit is: when you've made something that people want. Mark Andreessen also has an amazing blog post about product market fit, where he describes it as: when the product is just being pulled out of you. When you no … Continue reading Product Market Fit