The Best of Mission.org
10+ most popular Mission.org articles, as voted by our community.
http://Mission.org, a woman & veteran-owned American media studios, backed by Founders Fund and Sequoia's early stage investment vehicles.
Mission.org on Confidence
How to Activate Extreme Self-Confidence and Destroy Chronic Anxiety and Fear
When I was growing up, I had virtually no self-confidence.
Mission.org on Fasting
Intermittent Fasting: The Definitive Guide
If you’re looking on how to optimize your health, intermittent fasting is definitely the way to go. Read more here.
Mission.org on Jeff Bezos
Forget About The 10,000-Hour Rule. Thomas Edison, Jeff Bezos, And Mark Zuckerberg Follow The 10,000-Experiment Rule
Deliberate experimentation is more important than deliberate practice in a rapidly changing world.
Mission.org on Mental Strength
The Secret to Exceptional Mental Strength Lies in This Surprising Science-Backed Habit
Unlock the key to mental toughness that flies in the face of traditional thinking.
Mission.org on Peter Thiel
The “0 to 1 Trap” and Seven Other things I learned from Peter Thiel
Peter Thiel has been around innovation most of his life. He co-founded both PayPal and Palantir, made the first outside investment in…
Mission.org on Pitch Decks
The Greatest Sales Deck I’ve Ever Seen
It’s Zuora’s, and it’s brilliant. Here’s why.
The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for your Startup’s Investor Pitch Deck
After 14+ years of writing hundreds of investor pitches that raised hundreds of millions of dollars — here’s the winning formula!
Mission.org on Speed Reading
Speed Reading is Bullshit
Reading is important. That goes without saying. However, we’re also busy. And when we’re busy we take short cuts.
«“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over.”»
Mission.org on Storytelling
Why Leadership = Storytelling
“Great storytellers have an unfair competitive advantage.” — Bill Gurley
Mission.org on Stress
How to Transform Your Stress Into Insane Productivity, According to Harvard Psychologists
Stress is sometimes unavoidable — here’s how to turn it into your best friend.
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13 Mental Models Every Founder Should Know
Mental models are to your brain as apps are to your smartphone. Just like apps, there are a ton of mental models. They help you make…
How to Overcome Your Fear of Failure with The Bucky Method
On a snowy day in late 1927, a young corporate executive looked down past his toes, past the trusses of the bridge he was standing atop…
How to Be Happy (Or At Least Slightly Less Miserable)
A collection of articles on what happiness is and how to be happy without deluding yourself with a bunch of "positive thinking".
What is the algorithm for success?
How dos someone as Jack Dorsey go from a 14-year old computer nerd to serial entrepreneur ? It’s not a matter of luck. It’s an algorithm.
How to be 1% Better Every Day (The Kaizen Approach to Self-improvement)
“Compounding is the greatest mathematical discovery of all time.” — Albert Einstein
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