The above photo is part of Jack Butcher’s eponymous Visualize Value collection. This particular iteration is perhaps his most shared. It reminds us that the success and admiration we are all after is often hidden behind a veil of uncertainty and failure.
On the subject of value, lets breakdown where we believe inTheir20s can provide the most.
The inTheir20s audience is primarily made up of twenty-somethings largely within the tech and startup industry. This includes programmers, designers, marketers, students, creators and many others who are just beginning their careers.
Through the inTheir20s podcast Landon interviews the world’s most successful people about their early experiences to give listeners a foundation and a reference point that they can use to draw parallels into their own lives.
With this foundation set, the inTheir20s newsletter will evolve to share stories, resources, and tools that our audience can use to maximize their own success story.
The inTheir20s social channels (Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, and Instagram) will share further condensed versions of these stories, resources, and tools.
New in 2022 will also be a soon to be formally announced inTheir20s community allowing our audience to connect and grow together.
So here is an example of what you can expect out of the inTheir20s newsletter.
Looking for a startup job? Check venture capital firm job boards.
A too-often under-utilized resource for finding great start up jobs is through the venture capital firms that back them. To find them head on over to the website of the VC firm of your choice and scroll down to the bottom.
Check out our ever-growing twitter list of the top VC job boards.
Supercharge your effort by dm’ing the VC firm’s partners and associates on Twitter for introductions.
Just for fun: Browse the web like its the 1990s.
Check it out here.
2022 may very well be the year of the DAO.
Peter Yang gives a great rundown on what we can expect working in the new decentralized world.
Dive even deeper into DAOs with Chris Dixon’s A Novel Framework for reputation based systems.
Do you want a fulfilling and productive life? Start to understand Dopamine.
Dopamine is the chemical that controls the brains reward center. If you want to build a company, write a screenplay, start a podcast, or anything that requires long periods of focus and work. Then you need to learn to harness the power of dopamine and allow it to work for you instead of against you.
Neuroscientist and Stanford professor Andrew Huberman provides an excellent breakdown of not only how to grow your base dopamine levels but also the science behind it.