DesignForHappiness

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DesignForHappiness · 504d ago

Pioneer get together next week on Clubhouse. For those keen: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/event/xp9pVjLK :)

DesignForHappiness · 520d ago

Elon Musk is coming on later!

OP you might also enjoy https://humansonclubhouse.com/ for getting 1 on 1 Clubhouse matches

DesignForHappiness · 520d ago

Devote as much time as you can but focus on what matters more in the longer and less riskiest time frame (i.e. graduating in the U.S. when you are so close to doing so).

DesignForHappiness · 520d ago

Anything that happens again and again and again will give fatigue. When you feel a bit of fatigue, just drop out for a little bit and come back. You'll feel more positive and energised to submit progress that is meaningful.

DesignForHappiness · 555d ago

Did you write this? Very cool! Have to read https://berthub.eu/amazing-dna/ and Genome by Matt Ridley

DesignForHappiness · 618d ago

Lorenzo, inspirational as always!!!

DesignForHappiness · 620d ago

Hey ptmn! That is such an amazing story. Is this her https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=0FzQwuMAAAAJ&hl=en ? What do you think helped her stay so productive and focused between those long 14 hour days?

DesignForHappiness · 621d ago

Oh awesome. What do you think is the biggest blocker for your own bottleneck?

DesignForHappiness · 621d ago

Hey Blake! Just watched the vid, very cool! I previously was in the VR space with certain haptics hardware. Happy to give some specific thoughts, let me know how to best reach you.

DesignForHappiness · 621d ago

Hey manjoranaweera! Sounds like you are looking for a good operator. Seems you are UK based. There's a few resources in the UK that are helpful for this: https://workinstartups.com/, https://viralwegrow.com/, https://unicornhunt.io/ where you might be able to find someone who can help either as an operator or a community manager. As the barrier of entry is lower and skillset is more generally approachable, I think it is not so hard to find a person to manage the community if you can sell them the vision and align some good incentives to help out.