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Company culture can be an enigmatic idea to a first-time startup founder, but it’s an absolutely vital resource that can buoy your company in tough times, that’s like jet fuel when times are good, and that can mean the difference between survival and giving up.

In this guide, we want to make company culture a concrete concept to you that you can make real in your company today.
Make company culture real in your startup with this guide. Especially for first-time startup founders, this guide shows you how to build and grow a team.
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The Science Behind Why Slow Thinking Lowers Your Stress http://buff.ly/1yNndJN
We use two modes of thinking: fast thinking and slow thinking. Here's how slow thinking will reduce your stress and help you make better decisions.
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Great roundup from Firepole Marketing on how to grow your business. Thanks for including us! http://buff.ly/1xirvnX
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Writing is Power. The better you get at it, the more you'll be able to own your success. http://buff.ly/1qS1upC
Like most things worth doing, writing can be a chore. But the more fluent you become at the writing process, the more you’ll be able to own your success.
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Part of working smarter is to be more truthful about why you’re choosing to do, or not do, something and whether you’re actually spending your time wisely.
Outsmart your lazier, sneakier self. Here's how to face the truth when you catch yourself claiming these three common productivity lies.
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Jeff Bezos has a two-pizza team rule because small teams make it easier to communicate more effectively, stay decentralized, and encourage high autonomy — and there's research to back it up.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos has a famous two-pizza team rule that teams shouldn’t be larger than what two pizzas can feed. Here’s the science behind why it works.
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Transparency is an essential movement that’s changing the way that companies are built because it has the potential to make work more human and fulfilling.

In this guide, we cover why transparency is so valuable and important, and we give you concrete advice on how to make transparency real in your company using examples from how the best startups are doing it today.

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Transparency is a huge competitive advantage. In this guide, we tell you why transparency is so critical and how to make your startup transparent.
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Gain an edge by practicing daily self-reflection. 5 prompts to ask yourself at the end of the workday — http://buff.ly/1BRZBQh
Instead of chasing a feeling of being productive by conquering more items on your to-do list, you should be harnessing the power of self-reflection.
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"In many ways, writing is the act of saying I, of imposing oneself upon other people, of saying listen to me, see it my way, change your mind.” — Joan Didion
Like most things worth doing, writing can be a chore. But the more fluent you become at the writing process, the more you’ll be able to own your success.
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Emotions work, not as a barrier to getting things done, but to help us reason at a basic level and thrive.
Often considered an obstacle to getting things done, emotions work to help us reason and thrive. Without emotions, you couldn't make good decisions.
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If you think your people are going to continue to put in their best efforts just for the money — you’re sabotaging the most powerful sources of motivation.
The basic elements of intrinsic motivation — autonomy, mastery, and purpose — feed basic psychological needs to produce our best work and richer lives.
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To-do lists dishearten and demoralize us when we don't get to everything because we feel we’ve somehow failed.

There's a way to conquer those negative feelings and boost your #productivity.
We found that a whopping 85% of dones were unplanned tasks that didn't originate from to-do lists — but that doesn't mean you haven't been productive.
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iDoneThis is the simplest team progress management tool.
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iDoneThis is the easiest way to track, share, and celebrate what you get done at work, every day, that companies like Zappos, Foursquare, and Reddit use. 

Reply to an evening email reminder with what you did that day. The next day, get a digest with what everyone on the team got done. 

It's that simple. No hassle, no micromanagement. Celebrate accomplishments and give feedback while keeping everyone in sync.

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