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Nº15 – Cycling, Startups & Sales

"If you have something interesting to say, send an e-mail. Otherwise don't send anything. It's really
Twotone Consulting | Est. 2014
Nº15 – Cycling, Startups & Sales
By Jon Woodroof • Issue #15 • View online
“If you have something interesting to say, send an e-mail. Otherwise don’t send anything. It’s really that simple.” — Ben Chestnut of @Mailchimp.
I feel like we need to be reminded of that sometimes. Sending emails is at the absolute foundation of what my company does, ultimately, what are clients do and likely what you do too. So much more can often be said with less (emails). Especially after some reflection, which is what this newsletter is all about to me
So thank you for taking the time to soak in the big ideas I do my best to boil down each week!

Argonaut / Chris King Precision Components / T47 Standard on Vimeo
Utrecht: busiest Dutch cycle lanes, Amsterdam: the slowest cyclists.
Multimodal cycling is so hot right now
Ben Chestnut | Do What You Love | CreativeMornings/ATL
5 Tips for American Entrepreneurs & Investors in Amsterdam
What an obscure Danish philosopher can teach modern workplaces Noº1 shipped!
Fostering Modern Culture in the Cloud at Salesloft
Here's to practicing reflection before responding this week!
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