I'll be shutting this list down and moving to a new writing project on Substack, State Transition.
What is State Transition?
A letter that aims to answer the following question:
How can people and organizations get better at handling change and uncertainty?
I've been through several changes over the past few years: I'm raising my new son in a new city in a new house. I pay for that house with money from my new job at a new(ish) company.
The media landscape, the political landscape, and the economy are getting weirder by the day.
Are we fucked? I don't know, but we can figure it out together.
I have no intention of leaving Twitter. But I think it's time to have a Plan B.
What I get from Twitter is a chance to discover interesting thoughts and people. It's the only place online to have good conversations with strangers. Twitter is the true professional networking site, not LinkedIn.
So, where can I continue to have conversations and share ideas?
Substack, as a newsletter plus, has chat, comments, and interesting discovery mechanisms. So I'm going to start hanging out over there and see what happens.
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