⚡Fueler Weekly 104: What's your rare skill?
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What’s your superpower? Have you ever thought about it?
While scrolling through the internet, I came across an interesting article written by Morgan Housel (Writer of Psychology of Money) in which he talks about “Rare skills”.
Every one of us is different from each other at different levels, and skills are one of them. You must have come across someone and thought “Wow, this person can communicate like a pro”, “Wow, I can’t stop myself from sharing this blog”.
What defines this?
The people you are mentioning about they have a skill that impressed you.
Like that Morgan talk about rare skills,
Here is the first skill that he mentioned in the article
Understanding how people justify their beliefs in a way that makes you respect their delusions.
You must have heard “We become an average of 5 people we spend time with”, in this skill he talks about understanding how you can identify which person influenced your thought process.
I just shared a quick gist here, you should read the article here to understand the full context in detail.
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 Blog Challenge
Tips to Publish Proof of Work
Now, let’s discover some of the 5 amazing Proof of Work published on Fueler
Souptik published a web page UI design “PixaTV Website”, check it out here.
William published a Twitter thread he wrote on “Building Authority”, check it out here.
Amaan published a thumbnail he designed for Roohi, check it out here.
Rohan published a project he worked on “Giga Resources: A collection of resources for developers and creators”, check it out here.
Kanak published a blog she wrote on “How to do deep research on a product on Google?”, check it out here.
Before I move to the next segment, here is a quick poll, please share your vote
❤️ This Week at Fueler
It’s been 18 month we have been building Fueler. Team Fueler never had a working space to work on. It’s fascinating for any startup team working together under a roof. Sadly, we never got that chance due to our limitations.
So last week I asked something on my Instagram and WhatsApp and followed by the some of the responses I got:
Startups are one crazy journey for the founders and early teams because you are playing with your life quite literally. Having supports from people around you is really heartwarming.
A lot of folks ask me, how we were able to build our marketing channels, validate them, also how we built our community.
I feel this tweet here by Dan Koe, answers it all for you. I have nothing much to add to it. You are honest, you stand for a cause, you help your community take from Level 1 to Level 2. That’s exactly what they seek.
Clarity, Authenticity, Belongingness, Courage, Participations, Care, Accountability are some of the secret sauce.
One of our community members recently got an opportunity with quite a renowned brand, and here is what he shared with me recently. Btw, he is just in class 12. Isn’t it amazing what Proof of Work can do.
Okay, but why am I sharing this with you? So if you read the reply, you will understand and relate yourself with it and that’s how you will find your way too. And yes, please feel free to join our exclusive community on WhatsApp
So our journey to 10,000 registered members on Fueler finally starts today. Incredibly blessed and grateful to have your well wishes, unconditional love and support until here. And to make 10K a reality we need your help 🫂
One thing we take pride in is we have spent $0 in marketing to be here. With ups and downs, bugs and fixes, stories and narratives we keep crawling.
I wrote a mini thread on what worked for us in the last 18 month.
Sharing some wins from the community
With that, it’s time to say goodbye this week 👋
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Have a great weekend and all the best for Monday 🤪