Hi there, This is Kazuki (kazuki_sf_). I’m currently working for my second startup, Glasp. It’s a community where people who are blazing in their industries gather and share their learnings as a utilitarian legacy with other people. In this post, I’d like to share a brief story…
Content curation has public learning at its core. It’s all about making interesting articles, studies, videos, evidence-based research, or any other…
Ikigai is a Japanese concept that signifies the intersection of what you love, what you’re good at, what the world needs, and what you can be paid for.
When done right, curation is the closest we’ll get to sit in front of our idols at a cocktail party and, you know, picking their brains. That’s the only…
The combination of a creator and a curator’s work helps the right people see the right content at the right moment. And everyone wins.
If possible, have conversations with your favorite curators. When you’re guided by like-minded people, you flatten the learning curve. You waste less…
You don’t have to accept the things that come your way without doubting, inquiring, and confirming them before taking your next step. Follow the content…
Take your mind off of how many dozens or hundreds of days that habit will take to form. The earlier you start and commit, the less time it’ll take for…
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Letters from Glasp