The hottest Guidance Substack posts right now

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The DisInformation Chronicle β€’ 795 implied HN points β€’ 06 Feb 24
  1. CDC is upset with their own expert advisors for not recommending masks and demands they change their advice
  2. Research shows that N95 respirators don't offer better protection than masks for COVID
  3. CDC's mask recommendations are influenced by political factors and do not align with research findings
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Stock Market Nerd β€’ 334 implied HN points β€’ 07 Feb 24
  1. Uber's demand is strong, with growth in bookings, revenue, and take rates across its segments.
  2. Uber's profitability metrics show efficiency improvements in various cost categories.
  3. Uber has a healthy balance sheet with high investments, debt, and potential buyback, while its guidance indicates growth expectations and favorable valuation.
The Rotten Apple β€’ 10 implied HN points β€’ 04 Mar 24
  1. Probiotic supplements containing Clostridium butyricum should be prescribed carefully especially for hospitalized patients to avoid blood poisoning.
  2. Be cautious of food recalls like meat contaminated with non-food grade mineral oil and consider their implications on public health.
  3. Raw cheese recalls should be taken seriously as they can be linked to severe illnesses like E. coli infections, even if recalls are lifted prematurely.
Wayne's Earth β€’ 19 implied HN points β€’ 27 Jan 24
  1. Stoicism teaches that our judgments, not events themselves, impact us the most. So, how we perceive fear matters most.
  2. Prepare for challenges by visualizing your approach, similar to athletes mentally rehearsing. Be ready for different outcomes without expecting the worst.
  3. Shift your perspective on fear as an opportunity for growth, like a challenging game that strengthens a team. Focus on what you can do now to avoid being stuck worrying about the future.
Stream of Subconsciousness β€’ 39 implied HN points β€’ 01 Jun 23
  1. Flexibility is key to change; be brutally honest and put everything on the table for real transformation.
  2. Seek guidance from trusted voices to encourage exploration from a new perspective, draining hesitance and uncertainty.
  3. Change awareness through hypnotherapy, cognitive therapy, or brainwave training to disrupt old ways of thinking and find new paths.
Weekly Wisdom β€’ 59 implied HN points β€’ 23 Nov 22
  1. Tai Quinn Whyte shares what he's reading, watching, and working on in his Weekly Wisdom Newsletter
  2. He is currently reading books like The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday and Courage Is Calling by Ryan Holiday
  3. Tai is working on projects like a piece on breathing inspired by Aristotle and promotional material for lo-fi hip hop tracks
Clouded Judgement β€’ 12 implied HN points β€’ 20 Jun 23
  1. Analysis of Q1 public cloud software earnings provides insights for startup entrepreneurs on managing their businesses.
  2. Indications suggest a potential bottoming phase in the software industry with hopes for reacceleration by the year's end.
  3. Metrics such as revenue performance, growth, and sales efficiency play key roles in evaluating the success of a quarter for cloud businesses.
The Leadership Lab β€’ 19 implied HN points β€’ 10 Jan 22
  1. Conflict is normal in startups, but the goal is to be drama-free. Healthy conflict is essential for growth.
  2. Leaders must commit to working through conflicts to maintain relationships in startup teams.
  3. A Founder's Guide aims to provide reliable foundations for startup challenges, freeing up resources for innovation.
Autonomy β€’ 3 HN points β€’ 26 Jun 23
  1. In professions like law, medicine, and priesthood, the human role of a shepherd is irreplaceable.
  2. Lawyers, doctors, and priests not only provide information but also guide and support people in accepting and understanding the implications of rules and situations.
  3. The unique human aspect of professions like doctors, lawyers, and priests involves navigating the border between the physical body and the human mind, something that AI cannot fully replicate.