Jake Daghe


A structure to help you take over entire industries

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/163370954@N08/46339127625/ by Daniel Oberhaus

Learning is one of the overcommunicated but underleveraged tools of the common entrepreneur.

Everyone talks about methods of learning, but few people find realistic and authentic techniques that actually yield a net profit in the information and application categories.

Elon Musk has broken through that barrier with learning techniques that have proven successful not just once, but time and time again.

A good argument could be made that Musk has leveraged his learning by becoming a disruptor. He and his companies have shifted entire industries, including the transportation sector, the energy sector, and the space sector.

He recently announced at a press conference that his plans for his biotech company Neuralink are progressing quite nicely, hinting at yet another sector which his hands will likely shift in the coming years. …

Learning from the woman who battled the White House, won a Pulitzer Prize, and reshaped the idea of journalism forever.

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Unknown / Anefo, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

“She will be remembered as a truly remarkable woman, who had a profound effect on the course of events, both at home and abroad.. Throughout the last half of the 20th century, she used her intelligence, her courage, and her wit to transform the landscape of American journalism.” — New York Times

There is perhaps no female who made a greater impact on entrepreneurship and business in the 20th century than that of the late Katharine Graham. …

An easy, inexpensive tactic to get out of relationship auto-pilot

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Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash

We’ve all been there. Sitting next to our partner on the couch on a Tuesday night, eating takeout from the same restaurant we always order from, watching re-runs of the same sitcom we’ve watched through a handful of times.

It’s relationship auto-pilot.

Repetition isn’t inherently wrong. When it comes to our relationships, it’s only natural to crave what is comfortable. We may begin a new relationship being passionate and spontaneous, but the longer you date someone, the more you are at risk of falling into rhythms that can be mindless and uncreative.

You know you’re on relationship auto-pilot when your butt imprint stays on the couch when you get up to go to the bathroom before the next episode plays on Netflix. …


Jake Daghe

Creative Engineer writing working hypotheses. Husband. Dishwasher. I write what I wish I could have read when I was younger. For more visit jakedaghe.com

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