⚡Fueler Weekly 101: Advice from founder of ChatGPT(OpenAI)
The days are long but the decades are short, you are gonna learn something new today, I promise
Sam Altman is the guy behind OpenAI who recently launched ChatGPT(It’s a tool just like Google search but AI answers your questions).
I found one of his articles where he shares his life learning about what it feels like turning 30 years old.
Here are a few that have stuck with me:
How to succeed: pick the right thing to do (this is critical and usually ignored), focus, believe in yourself (especially when others tell you it’s not going to work), develop personal connections with people that will help you, learn to identify talented people, and work hard. It’s hard to identify what to work on because original thought is hard.
On money: Whether or not money can buy happiness, it can buy freedom, and that’s a big deal. Also, lack of money is very stressful. In almost all ways, having enough money so that you don’t stress about paying rent does more to change your wellbeing than having enough money to buy your own jet. Making money is often more fun than spending it, though I personally have never regretted money I’ve spent on friends, new experiences, saving time, travel, and causes I believe in.
Talk to people more. Read more long content and less tweets. Watch less TV. Spend less time on the Internet.
Have clear goals for yourself every day, every year, and every decade.
Go out of your way to be around smart, interesting, ambitious people. Work for them and hire them (in fact, one of the most satisfying parts of work is forging deep relationships with really good people).
Ask for what you want.
Don’t chase status. Status without substance doesn’t work for long and is unfulfilling.
There are many more, you can read the whole list here.
Every week we launch freebies, host challenges, and plan meetups, webinars, and workshops, here are a few best ones from this week that you shouldn’t miss
Fueler Graphic Design Challenge
Get this ebook on “Make your first $100 Online“ for free
Web Development Internship Opportunities
Now, let’s discover some of the 5 amazing Proof of Work published on Fueler
Shruti published about her “First Open Mic”, check it out here. This was surprising, thanks to you folks discovering new ways to leverage Fueler
Shivam published about a blog that he has written for Fueler, loved the way he shared his thoughts and vision, check it out here.
Ariq published about a list of “150+ AI Design Resources”, check it out here.
Rahul published about a blog on “31 Free Fonts for Designers”, check it out here.
Saurabh published about a Twitter thread on “Best practices to follow to rank your blog on Google”, check it out here.
⭐️ What surprised me this way was gettting to see the “First Open Mic” from Shruti. She is a Content Planner, Poet, Lyricist, Script creator, and Melomaniac. She is passionate to work in the Music and Entertainment Industry. It’s an honor to have her on Fueler. Respect and admire what she is creating. You can check all here work here
Before I move to the next segment, here is a quick poll, please share your vote
A slight tweak in roles in the company 😅
This Week at Fueler
Now, I have some lovely things to share with you, here are a few Behind the Scenes. Currently I’m in Kolkata with the team. I have been travelling from last two months. Aquib and Anshu from the team stay together here in Kolkata and I occasionally visit them to disturb and gobble up their foooooood 🌚
This week was filled with delicious food, laughter, cooking, sweets, car ride, punching bag, meeting Charlie & Elo, cricket, sun bathing and lot more.
With that, it’s time to say goodbye this week.
See you next week, if you want to have any kind of convo just drop an email at email@example.com or drop “Hiiii” on Twitter
Have a great weekend and all the best for Monday 🤪
Haha so glad to see the happiness ❤️✨