Conscious Culture 54: Write A Letter To Your Future Self

Dec 23, 2021 6:25 am


Write A Letter To Your Future Self

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This week's newsletter dives into:

  • How to make friends and build community
  • 100 simple truths
  • Learning the difference between problem-solving and overthinking
  • Writing a letter to your future self

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Interesting Reads

How to Make Friends and Build a Community

“Community is about a series of small choices: how to spend a Saturday, what to do when a neighbor falls ill, how to make time when there is none.”

“Content is King” — Essay by Bill Gates 1996

“The Internet also allows information to be distributed worldwide at basically zero marginal cost to the publisher. Opportunities are remarkable, and many companies are laying plans to create content for the Internet.”

100 Simple Truths

“It’s 100% off if you don’t buy it.”


How to Tell the Difference Between Problem-Solving and Overthinking

“Time and mental energy are valuable resources. And you don’t want to waste them overthinking. Investing those resources into problem-solving, however, can help you make the best decisions.”

Tools and Resources

Creator NFTs

“Connect Your Instagram and create NFTs in a few minutes.”

Fun Stuff

FutureMe: Write a Letter to Your Future Self

“Write a letter to the future: set goals for yourself, make a prediction about the world. Envision the future, and then make it happen.”

Quote of the Week

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a hell of heaven or a heaven of hell.”

— John Milton


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