These days it’s hard to cut through the clutter: inbox clutter, information overload clutter.
This is why discovering clutter-free resources and tools that help you work smarter and faster is a game changer.
Not all information is created equal.
I prioritize small business advice, startup tips and educational tools that make life simpler, yet richer at the same time.
Email newsletters should be useful; whether it is a round-up of the latest must-read articles you may have missed or exclusive content for subscribers only.
When it comes to being inbox-worthy, these ten must-read email newsletters (listed in random order) don’t disappoint. I’ve been reading them for some time now, and so should you.
Re/code offers a fresh spin on tech journalism. The great thing about the Re/code newsletter (and site) is that it is an independent tech news source and it offers review and analysis that is not too “heady”. They acknowledge that everything in tech and media is constantly being rethought, refreshed, and renewed. If you want to stay at the forefront of it all, their daily digest is yawn-free and helps you reimagine tech and how it impacts your business.
Every entrepreneur should have a fundamental understanding of web design and development (i.e., coding, design, mobile, graphics, UX design trends and more). While Smashing Magazine’s newsletter caters to web designers and developers you can also benefit from knowing the latest trends and techniques in Web development. They prioritize quality over quantity, and it shows. Smashing Magazine is, and always has been, independent—which makes their newsletter even more inbox-worthy.
Smart entrepreneurs often look outside of their ventures and industries to keep their fingers on the pulse of what’s happening in the world around them. Futurity helps you do this and more. Their nonprofit site features the latest discoveries by scientists at top research universities in the US, UK, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Offering research news on sci-tech, health, environment and culture this newsletter is a great resource to help you spark innovation and stay in the know.
Big Think is the ultimate brain candy. Their content and newsletter connects the infinite dots—news stories, tweets, wikis, status updates, etc—to clarify the larger picture. They claim to give you access to “ideas that allow you to manage and master this universe of information,” and they don’t disappoint. If you want to move above and beyond random information toward real knowledge, and big ideas you can readily apply to your own life and business, then this is the newsletter for you.
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