January - Newsletter #1

Let's Be Intentional!

Dear Co-x3 Community,
I hope you've all had a great start to the new year. Welcome to the first weekly newsletter of 2020 πŸŽ‰, and thank you for your encouragement and patience while I built the foundations to foster an inclusive community of growth, learning, and productivity.
Major updates! πŸ”Ό
It's been an exciting few weeks - here's some highlights of what I've been working on:
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Created the official Co-x3 Community Page - a space for members to access a collection of highly effective notion templates that have helped me be highly productive.
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The latest templates include Be Intentional (as seen on Youtube)My Network+ many more.
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Built a responsive react.js blog using notion as a CMS backend - completely free! (step-by-step guide coming soon).
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If you'd like to upgrade your support for the community, we have just released 3 tiers of paid support. We share unique and interesting content freely, but with your support, we can release quality content regularly, and provide special and customized perks for supporters who identify strongly with our mission.
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As a launch bonus, we are offering an exclusive 'super package' for patreons that unlocks one-click duplication for our best templates. This maintains the complex relations between the various databases, offering a seamless experience.
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We have a launch goal to hit 100 patreons! Once this goal is met, we'll be able to release interesting and innovative content like this every 2 weeks.
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Official launch of the Co-x3 Discord Comunity - a space where we hold friendly debates and discussions on all topics growth, and collaborate on our latest innovative projects.
This week's honest sharing πŸ’­
Every week, I am deeply honest about important topics.
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In this article, I share how I resolved doubts and uncertainties in my journey to deliver value through good content.
What I've been resonating with πŸ“š
Constant learning is an important part of your growth journey, and I try to read as much as I can to learn as fast as I can. Every week, I'll share key insights from the best pieces of content I digest.
Quote: "You can know the name of that bird in all the languages of the world, but when you’re finished, you’ll know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird. You’ll only know about humans in different places, and what they call the bird… I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something.” - Richard Feynman
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There is a key difference between being informed, and being knowledgable. It is one thing to know of current events, and the latest trends - and to understand them.
Book: What Do You Care What Other People Think by Richard Feynman
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Observe the limitations of the people around you - so you can make critical decisions and ask the right questions.
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Not having a clear path is the driving factor that makes us great - we can create any path we want, for evil or for good intentions. It is an opportunity to venture into the unknown.
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Doubt drives discussion. The more we don't know, and openly express that we don't know, the closer we are to knowing.
Article: Learning In Public by shawn swyx wang
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Teaching is the best way to learn. Teaching publicly is even better - it allows you to build a brand, attract more mentors, and test your understanding. Always find ways to engage.
Things to look forward to πŸ‘€
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I'll be releasing a big update for #theGamificationProject next week! You can expect many items on the roadmap to be checked off, and of course, Co-x3 community members will be the first to enjoy.
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Additional written and video walkthroughs for released templates.
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A few extra templates for patreon supporters.
Prompt for the week ❔
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What have you been doing without intention?

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