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I bit the bullet and purchased a subscription for Adobe Suite this month. Until now, I've been using very basic software (& a generous friend) to create all the visuals for Go Strive but the time has come to learn the proper skills myself. It's been a heavy initial investment of time but the opportunities it presents are exciting. 

The result will be an ability to present more visually appealing graphics to you guys in order to deliver valuable messages in an enjoyable way... Hopefully

It's also going to allow me to develop the products I have in mind for this site so stay tuned for them!

Let's begin this months issue!

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What's New At Go Strive

I'm Selling A Product on Etsy

This weekly planner is great for tracking your schedule, setting weekly priorities, meal planning and more. It's a minimal design with crisp white writing on a blackboard style decal making it practical for a living and office space.
Most Popular Instagram Post of May - What we experience is .01% of reality and yet what we think we know is often a much, much larger percentage. It's important to remember this and always maintain a "white belt (beginners)" mentality.

Articles I'm Enjoying...

50 Ideas That Changed My Life - Guiding principles used to help develop better thinking and spark curiosity. A few ideas of note: 

Gall’s Law: A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that worked. A complex system designed from scratch never works and cannot be patched up to make it work. You have to start over with a working simple system.

Horseshoe Theory: Extreme opposites tend to look the same. For example, a far-right movement and a far-left movement can be equally violent or desire a similar outcome. People on both sides are more similar to each other than they are to people in the center.

Personal Monopoly: Corporations reward conformity, but the Internet rewards people who are unique. If you work in a creative field, strive to be the only person who does what you do.

The Paradox of Abundance: The average quality of information is getting worse and worse. But the best stuff is getting better and better. Markets of abundance are simultaneously bad for the median consumer but good for conscious consumers.

The Useful & The Interesting

Famous Writers’ Sleep Habits vs. Literary Productivity (Visualized)

Am interesting infographic of 37 of the most famous writers.
"A reminder that no specific routine guarantees success, and the only thing that matters is having a routine and the persistence implicit to one. Showing up day in and day out, without fail, is the surest way to achieve lasting success."
Dave Chappelle Describes His 12-Year Absence From Comedy **Swearing Warning** - A piece of Chappelle's Mark Twain Prize Show (On Netflix). The entire show is worth a watch for fans of Dave, it shares lots of hilarious and captivating stories from his rise to a comedy legend. 

Quote Of The Month

“After every game, I used to ask Michael Jordan one question: Five, six, or seven? As in, what time are we hitting the gym tomorrow morning? And he’d snap back a time, and that was it.

Especially after a loss, when there wasn’t a whole lot else to say. No discussion, no debate, no lame attempt to convince me he needed the morning off. You good? I’m good. See you in the morning.

And the next morning at whatever time he’d decided, he’d awaken to find me standing outside his door. No matter what had happened the night before – good game, bad game, soreness, fatigue – he was up working out every morning while most of the other guys slept.”

- Tim Grover (MJs Trainer)
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