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How to Build in Public
The basics of building in public, how to monetize your Notion skills, and other advice for creators in this edition.
This week, we celebrated Teachers’ Day in India, and this year marks nine years for me as a teacher. It is the most fulfilling work of everything I do, and it is the skill I put my most reps in. I’m glad I found my path as an educator so early in life because it shaped much of my career. If you had to teach a short course in any field, what would you teach?
🔧 Building in Public
If you’re on Twitter, you’ve heard of building in public in the startup and indie-maker circles. But who is it useful for? Should you build in public? How can you get started even if you’re not a founder? I’ve answered all your questions in this short post, and there’s also a quick way to get started with building on Twitter at the end of the post.
🤑 Monetize Your Notion Skills
Last week, I offered you six ways to get started with earning your online income. But if you have growing skills in Notion, here are 12 ways you can monetize them while continuing to build your expertise. Become a Notion creator today.
🏆 4 Rules for Success
This new world of rapid technological change and forced adaptation needs new rules for success. If you’re just starting your career and are looking for professional success, these new rules will help you on your journey.
This week, I’d like to mention my favorite no-code page builder, Typedream. With beautiful themes and responsive designs, Typedream is my go-to website and landing page builder. All you have to do is choose one of their gorgeous templates, but you can also choose to connect it with your Notion workspace for a more powerful CMS.
These were my top insights from this week in my newsletter. Thanks for continuing to follow my journey. Stay tuned for more content on no-code, entrepreneurship, and productivity. If you liked this edition, do let me know on Twitter 🌱
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