The virtues of turning your experiences into stories. Also: the extremely-abbreviated story of my career (Stew's Letter #105)
Communication is about guiding the receiver's imagination (Stew's Letter #104)
The bottoms-up approach to career planning (Stew's Letter #103)
Why reading the source material in any field is a competitive advantage (Stew’s Letter #102)
Lunch with Bill Grundfest, book recs from Twitter, and a newsletter I love (Stew’s Letter #101)
Striving, startup failure rates, and a celebratory NFT (Stew's Letter #100)
A reflection on 2021 and the master plan for 2022 (#99)
Money, airplane productivity, wanting (Stew's Letter #98)
I want to cry every time I check the online communities I joined this time last year. Most of them are now barren wastelands. Some thoughts on why…
The office as we know it is dead and full-time remote work is overrated. Welcome to the clubhouse. (Stew's Letter #96)
My creative jet fuel (Stew's Letter #95)
(Stew's Letter #94)