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Twitter is becoming a platform where people find incredible value by simply asking questions.
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What's the best book or blog you recommend about product-led sales?— Andy Cook (@AndyGCook) July 2, 2019
what's everyone reading over fourth of july break?— Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) July 2, 2019
Inspired by my trip to Lehi, Utah:— Jeff Morris Jr. (@jmj) March 2, 2019
What are the best emerging tech hubs that few people talk about?
I’ve heard great things about Chattanooga, Tennessee and I love the tech ecosystem in Kansas City.
Nominate a city on this thread with examples. Can be anywhere in the world.
What advice seems obviously right, is relatively easy to follow, and is usually ignored?— Sam Altman (@sama) June 3, 2019
What’s the difference between a coach and a therapist?— Hiten Shah (@hnshah) May 30, 2019
Looking for something new to watch. What are the most educational, interesting, or insightful videos on YouTube?— James Clear (@JamesClear) April 17, 2019
What was your best investment in the last ten years?— Neil Strauss (@neilstrauss) May 22, 2019
What’s your favorite productivity hack?— Ryan Hoover (@rrhoover) January 6, 2019
I’ll RT the most creative and unusual suggestions. 😊
What’s your favorite job interview question?— Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg) May 7, 2019
- If you were me, what kind of candidate / role would you be looking for?
- If you joined and then in 3-6 months you were no longer here, why would that be?
- What was your last boss/partner like? How would they describe you?
What Makes A Good Social Media Manager?— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) May 9, 2019
What is one question that is useful to ask yourself from time to time?— James Clear (@JamesClear) April 20, 2019
What book are you reading these days? I'll start! Swing Time by Zadie Smith. pic.twitter.com/1JoSeOYDiv— Abadesi (@Abadesi) February 26, 2019
What SaaS product do you pay for that you like the least?— Hiten Shah (@hnshah) April 20, 2019
What are your biggest questions about building a portfolio site?— Ali Spittel 🐞 (@ASpittel) May 17, 2019
What have you learned about yourself today?— Hiten Shah (@hnshah) March 22, 2019
I recently spoke about "Career Growth" as an individual contributor in tech, and I realized there's some pieces of advice that stuck with me a long time, and they keep popping into my head when I talk about this topic. Thread below!— Clare Liguori (@clare_liguori) May 10, 2019
What are the gems that have stuck with you?
What's the best science fiction book you've read?— Shane Parrish (@farnamstreet) July 6, 2019
What tools are you using for remote teams? Asking for a friend.— Brianne Kimmel (@briannekimmel) July 1, 2019
What’s a survival skill you don’t already know and want to learn?— Merci Victoria Grace (@merci) June 12, 2019
Mine is self-administering an IV.
What is some advice you wish you’d been given for your first presentation/talk?— 🌙 Stephanie Drescher ✨ (@seaotta) June 17, 2019
What’s your favorite product or service that doesn’t exist anymore, that you miss most?— Erika Hall (@mulegirl) May 30, 2019
My memory is mediocre, which I think makes me a better person to work with:— Sahil Lavingia (@shl) May 24, 2019
- I write everything important down, minimizes miscommunication
- It takes me a lot of effort to hold onto a lie
- I'm good at moving past distractions
What's your weakness-as-strength?
What is the kindest thing a stranger has ever done for you?— Nick Harvey (@mrnickharvey) April 13, 2019
I want to:— Sahil Lavingia (@shl) May 20, 2019
- Publish a fantasy novel
- Perform standup comedy
- Produce an animated film
What do you want to do that's outside of your traditional "career" trajectory?
What cool sleep apps, gadgets, techniques are people using?— Brianne Kimmel (@briannekimmel) May 22, 2019
Asking as a consumer who wants better sleep 🌙
What are the best learning resources (books, articles, podcasts, talks, etc) you've come across related to ISAs?— Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg) May 6, 2019
Let's make a list.
👇Quora question: How long should a founder be without salary?— Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) March 16, 2019
What are some non-obvious ideas or habits that can change your life—that once you know about them, you don’t want to live without them again?— Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg) December 16, 2018
How do you do retros and idea brainstorming efficiently online?— Andreas Klinger ✌️ (@andreasklinger) May 13, 2019
Are there good online whiteboard tools you can recommend?
Are there better ways to do this?
Have you been paid to speak at a conference? Please share the type of talk (keynote, workshop, talk), the name of the conference and how much you got paid. Thank you! 🙏🏽— Veni Kunche (@venikunche) May 21, 2019
There isn't a lot of transparency around this. I want folks from marginalized communities to be informed.
Twitter, what are the most useful, practical books on marketing?— Andy Sparks (@SparksZilla) July 2, 2019
What nascent behavior today will go mainstream 3-5 years from now? 🤔— Ryan Hoover (@rrhoover) June 25, 2019
E.g. In 2014 relatively few people restocked their fridge using Instacart and similar grocery delivery services. Today it’s all I and millions of others use.
You will either control your time or it will control you.— David Cancel (@dcancel) June 2, 2019
Best habit I have learned and that has stuck is controlling the first hour of my day.
Second best habit that has worked well for me is using my calendar as my to-do list (big blocks of create time)
Tough question for the day:— James Clear (@JamesClear) June 21, 2019
What are you avoiding just because you know the answer is painful?
What’s the #1 thing that blocks your creativity?— Marc Hemeon (@hemeon) May 31, 2019
What was the best article you read this week?— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) November 17, 2018
Any topic is fair game.
One sentence to your 20-year-old self. Go 💬— Product Hunt (@ProductHunt) May 23, 2019
What are great examples of OSS contributions that go beyond lines of code?— Devon (@devonzuegel) April 13, 2019
- Design work like @ashleymcnamara's cute gopher art
- Community organizing like what @TheLarkInn does for @webpack
- Question-answering like on @StackOverflow
- Podcasts like @thebikeshed
What's a non-coding discipline or skill that programmers could benefit from learning?— 🎏Glitch (@glitch) May 1, 2019
I want to hear from newbies! What's a course, book or tutorial that you found helpful? I want to make a list of resources to learn to code that are actually beginner-friendly. Thank you! 🙏🏾#CodeNewbie #WomenInTech #100DaysOfCode— Veni Kunche (@venikunche) May 20, 2019
What are the best frameworks, tools, or strategies you’ve come across for time allocation & management? https://t.co/oW8U9TVVnq— Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg) March 26, 2019
Have you ever replaced a bad habit with a good one? If so, what did you do?— James Clear (@JamesClear) February 21, 2019
Answered this weirdly generic question on Quora: "What is your advice for startup CEOs?" Here's 10 random thoughts 👇— Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) March 13, 2019
From obscure keyboard shortcuts to crazy workflows.
“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers.
You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.”
— Naguib Mahfouz
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