I hate this.
What’s a metric you’ve typically tracked in the past?
^ very cool project to work on rn
Bitcoin, not banks. Farcaster, not merkle. Kiwi skin, not kiwi. Banana peel, not banana. Are you getting it yet??
My kitty cleo last night
Can’t wait tbh
5, for this survey bot it’s slowly shifting from # of responses to # of high quality responses (requires both qualitative / quantitative responses in tandem)
Let’s goooo 🚀🚀🚀
Personally I stopped buying used cars after college and started leasing so I could get high quality vehicles without having to pay such an exorbitant amount. Used to want to buy a nice car, now I believe buying a house makes a lot more sense financially.
Thoughts on leasing vs buying a car in the US?
1 would be great for higher quality content on the platform + better memes
@gpt what’s the most popular video format for social media?
2.5 but just 2 once one resolves itself in the next couple of months
Not the quickest way but I run everything through Notion’s mobile app
Personally would recommend eating the $20/mo at least to try gpt 4 for coding. It’s honestly pretty incredible, plus the added bonus of it being less friendly/cheery/upbeat and just getting straight to the point like a real dev would
Are you using chatgpt 3.5? Found that chatgpt 4 has been a lot less error prone and codes much more efficiently
Just open sourced @survey today, feedback / suggestions welcome! https://github.com/benadamsky/surveycaster
Great advice! Also the challenger sale is another solid book
Valid point, the basics are important as well
Off the top of my head: public speaking, sales strategy, building product, web3 development, time management, personal fitness, personal finance
That’s interesting, but in this case I’d rather learn some deep industry knowledge from a real estate guru w/ 20+ years of experience rather than get a certification Would love to widen my scope of knowledge and find new interests in the process