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MRKTRS WKLY #21
TRIBUTE TO AN INDUSTRY LEGEND
This week, the MRKTRS community have sadly lost a much loved member of the industry – Hugh Hancock a.k.a Caurmen.
Known as the ‘Guardian of the Guides’ on the affiliate marketing forum STM, Hugh was a widely respected affiliate marketer due to his passion, creativity and willingness to help.
He spoke energetically at several AW Conferences and remains the most thanked member of STM community for a reason – he helped many, many men and women around the globe kickstart their AM careers.
THE SECRETS OF A BIOHACKER
When Serge Faguet, a successful Silicone Valley tech CEO, divulged his recipe for manipulating his biochemistry (feat. in a previous MRKTRS Newsletter) he discussed how he had become healthier, more productive and happier.
In this new article, Faguet goes deeper and more personal – covering topics from sex to MDMA to his futuristic plans.
- Intelligence – what actually is intelligence?
- A framework for boosting intelligence.
- How he ‘plays the field’, per se.
- Why he only eats once a day.
- The supplements he swears by.
- And why he believes this is all important for the future.
Note: It’s a 45 minute read. And may not be everyone’s cup of tea but an interesting read nevertheless.
THE EMOTIONAL CHATBOTS
Replika is an AI app created simply to talk and engage with the user. And now it’s becoming so personal, it’s fast becoming a digital companion. A friend.
The chatbot uses a neural network to hold an ongoing, one-on-one conversation with its user, and over time, learn how to speak like them. It recognises human emotion.
Creator Eugenia Kuyda, who created the first instance of Replika to replicate discussions with a close friend who had passed away, is now releasing the underlying code of the app. The hope is for developers to build upon the AI engine to create more emotional products.
VISUALIZE – The key mental trick this undefeated boxer uses to prepare for business ? – Watch Now
QUOTE – “Should you find yourself in a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is likely to be more proactive than energy devoted to patching leaks.” – Warren Buffett ⛵️ ?♂️
BROWSER HACK – Wayback Machine – Hate annoying 404 pages? Can’t access that important page you previously bookmarked? This Chrome Browser App automatically checks for an archived version. ? – Check it out here
CRYPTO C(R)ASH – Unsure of what to do after the big crypto crash? Here’s some tips from a trader who talks investment strategies, how to select types of coin and explains valuation models ? – Read More
TRAVEL – Posted in the MRKTRS Group, this hidden gem Slipper Island looks like something out of the Maldives, not New Zealand ? – Watch Now
PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
TAUNVISSER w/ BALINESE COFFICE
Submit your best work/lifestyle photo or video in the MRKTRS Facebook Group?
Mike Brown went from managing 7 people to 1,500 employees while overseeing Uber’s launch in Asia. From $0 to billions in revenue.
In an interesting interview with First Round, Brown discusses the actions and tactics required to build a high-growth business in tough markets. Starting with management, organizational effectiveness and culture.
The article covers:
- How managers should live and breathe company values.
- The tools and tactics that motivate and improve productivity the best.
- How to eliminate blind spots and keep yourself as informed as possible.
- Top ways to keep employees happy in tough situations.
- How to prevent burnout when everything is difficult and challenging.
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