Eliot Peper

Eliot Peper's Substack revolves around the depths of creativity, the long-term perspective on projects, personal milestones, and the power of storytelling. It intertwines recommendations, reflections on the writing process, the importance of vulnerability, and explores future scenarios prompted by technological and environmental changes.

Creativity and Art Storytelling and Writing Long-term Thinking Personal Development Technology and Future Scenarios Environmental Awareness

The hottest Substack posts of Eliot Peper

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157 implied HN points β€’ 11 Feb 24
  1. Chronicle your journey to create a narrative explaining what you do and why it matters, help others understand you better, faster.
  2. Having a prose narrative about your quest is high-leverage, valuable for recruiting, fundraising, team alignment, and more.
  3. Telling your story through essays or narratives is a parallel art form to writing novels, providing a powerful way to document your company's journey.
117 implied HN points β€’ 30 Jul 23
  1. Eliot Peper has a new novel coming out called 'Foundry' on October 11th.
  2. AI will increase the value of in-person human connections due to the rise of machine-generated content online.
  3. People often share things that make them look good, leading to the misconception that everyone is always doing well. Remembering that everyone faces challenges can help reduce anxiety.
216 implied HN points β€’ 30 Apr 23
  1. Author shares the joy of welcoming his first child and the support from loved ones.
  2. Book recommendation: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern - a captivating mix of mythology, mystery, and self-discovery.
  3. Updates on upcoming events and initiatives related to storytelling and long-term thinking.
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98 implied HN points β€’ 25 Jun 23
  1. Writing for yourself can lead to surprising results that resonate with others.
  2. Exploring scientific topics through literature can offer valuable insights into human nature.
  3. Sharing recommendations and feedback with others can enrich the collective cultural experience.
117 implied HN points β€’ 07 Apr 23
  1. The short story 'Victory Condition' imagines a future San Francisco transformed into an arcology surrounded by wildlands.
  2. The story is part of a series imagining life after climate change and technological shifts.
  3. Humans have the power to create new cities and systems.