About the Newsletter
I’m very young, so I’m very likely to be an asshole.
But you can avoid being one by learning from my mistakes.
I’m not a life changer.
Normally I don’t know what to do with mine, imagine yours.
I’m not an expert.
The Internet has plenty of them, but I’m the wrong one.
I run a newsletter, so every day I send an email to my list of subscribers.
Business stories and anecdotes, mentality and professional issues and, of course, my failures, there are lots.
You might learn from them. Or you might not.
These are the topics I talk about in the emails:
–The corporate culture that will make everyone want to work with you.
–How to get your boss to do what you want without begging him on your knees or working overtime.
–Why starting a business can be a worse idea than smoking a cigarette in a butane store.
–Being fired and your partner breaking your heart is better than you think.
I’m not going to spam you or anything like that. That would make me gag.
I’m not going to give you a gift for subscribing.
And maybe you don’t want to receive alms that you won’t even open later.
My emails are already good enough to be worth subscribing to.
But if you end up thinking they’re junk, you can unsubscribe with one click and remain colleagues.
One more thing.
I sell things in my newsletter.
Because I want to buy a house, live with my beautiful girlfriend, marry her and have children.
I just had to let you know. You don’t want surprises later.
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