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GWJ RL #16: How much of what you read today will you still care about a year from now?

GWJ RL #16: How much of what you read today will you still care about a year from now?
By Jordan Thibodeau • Issue #16 • View online
Hey Everyone,I hope you all had a great week.
The following question really hits home for me: How much of what you read today will you still care about a year from now? It’s very easy to get caught up reading current events, but how much of that news has a sell by date?  Meaning our you just collecting worthless data points or are you reading things that help you see the world from different angles? Our first read goes into this. Ask yourself that question, and look at what you have consumed for information during the last week. What percentage of information have you consumed that has a sell by date? If it turns out greater than 50%, what can you do to lower that number?
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As always, if you came across any good reads this week, send them my way.Always Be Learning,

Expiring vs. Long-Term Knowledge · Collaborative Fund (Reading Time: 5 Minutes)
Can Our Democracy Survive Tribalism? (Reading Time: 45 Minutes)
Here's One Big Reason Tesla Still Doesn't Dominate Our Roads - Bloomberg
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