Cube Of M

good reading

Some people just know how to write better,
I’ve read this blogger –
He doesn’t exactly talk about how to make money of the internet,
although he had mentioned he is making a nice sum of money out of a few internet based projects,
he does talk about some of the methods he uses.

One of these was discussed in this post: The subtleties in outsourcing using RentACoder
where he talks about what the site is offering, what kind of different coders are available there,
which is best for which project and how to best work with the site.

Another very good post – and judging by the amount of tweets the post is showing one of his best is
Your high IQ will kill your startup where he talks about skill vs. intelligence and explain in great writing,
why you need to keep practicing.

this touched a cord in me when thinking about my early school days and how easily being good at everything turned arround on me when i had to really sit down and studying – which i never actually done before,
and then my grades suffered.
this post also connected well to the book i’ve just read – Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell
where he also talk s about the importance of training, and how no wonder talent just got there by strolling,
but only with a lot of years practicing behind him.
Gladwell talks about the 10,000 hours rule – practice and learn something for 10K hours – And you will be
a World class talent at it.

Highly recommended – go read the posts and the book :)

2 thoughts on “Cube Of M”

  1. I do consider all the ideas you have offered for your post.
    They’re really convincing and can certainly work. Still, the posts are very quick for newbies. Could you please lengthen them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

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