Any feedback on what you'd like to see going forwards?
Major changes are coming.
Thanks for reading here. I appreciate it. You'll be excited to see what comes next. Any feedback on what you'd like?
LOVE your posts.
Sebastian, I'd be interested to hear some real life case studies on how you helped businesses.
I'm very impressed with your daily output - great work!
Stuff we don't know we don't know. The stuff "experts" take for granted because they're not as self-aware as you are.
Hi Seb, I love your writing and I read your blog (along with Tynan's) every single day. I would love to see an link in the side bar (or a sticky post) where one can find your recommendations divided into different categories like: Books, Favorite articles, Documentaries, Products and Blogs.
Yes! I love your blog Sebastian.
600PX wide reading area maximum. It's hard to read wide bars of text. I agree with the below, I should be able to dig into your entire archive. Why not just have a classic dated archive? I'd love to spend a few hours on your site digging through the old stuff. I'm not clear what the advantages of SETT are, seems to have been problematic for your blog... one example is I rarely comment because it makes me jump through hoops. When I click post it gives me an option to "register + create SETT blog" Really? I could understand if you were a founder or something or if this was the SETT blog.
yeah me too about the width. I just read his blog at 125%.
@Dan did you read Ikigai? I guessed being able to read the "best of" conveniently would be worth it. I was right.
I know you pursue a worthy goal - to become the greatest strategist of your generation. I'm interested in more specifics. For example, how are you pursuing this objective, in what arenas, what movements are you focused on etc?
More of your life and the actionable stuff from your life. I love the connections between your life and history/strategy the most, but those only come when they come.
Theory's nice and direct actionable stuff is nice, but there has to be both context and something tangible for me to take away from it, and it needs to be very clearly defined--hopefully from saying how you personally found this useful and actionable.
Note that most of the most popular posts are your own experiences and stories mixed with heavy reader input (like starting from a reader's comment or email).
I was just listening to the Lifestyle Business Podcast, "Episode 51 - 5 Signs You Might be a Loser" - great podcast. It's an aggressive title, but it's actual a super helpful episode that's not aggressive at all.
One of the topics on there was criticism - Dan and Ian were talking about how it's a sure path to loserdom if you can't take constructive criticism.
I think that's true, but I still try to almost never give negative criticism to anyone, ever.
"As a general rule...people ask for advice only in order not to follow it; or if they do follow it, in order to have someone to blame for giving it." — From Alexandre Dumas's "The Three Musketeers"
I've found the vast majority of people will never take any criticism you give them, will be upset at you for criticizing them, and will dislike you even more if you were right.
I really appreciate the feedback I have been getting on my posts lately, it has been very productive so far. I know that I am new to this still, but eventually I would like to start getting more personal in my posts and, telling a little more about myself and my experiences. If any of you have any questions or comments or any feedback on anything that you'd like to share with me, I highly urge you to do so and I will respond to you all. Thanks for viewing me:)