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Kirill Zubovsky



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Melinda Gates on the future. Justin Kan on startups and happiness. Sahil Lavingia and Bryce Roberts on living in Utah. - June 17, 2019

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Thank you for subscribing to Smash Notes weekly, your one stop shop to learn something new. In this update, you will hear about living in the future, being a startup founder, life under Mormon influence, and tips on growing a podcast audience.¬† ūüéᬆA quick shout out to Below The Line for crossing 10,000 downloads! James Beshara is doing a great job using Smash Notes to promote his podcast, and it shows.¬† Now, this week's summaries. What is the world going to look like in 2030?¬† Melinda Gates helps to answer this question, citing that each UN country has already provided a list of desires, and all we have to do is work on finding them a solution. ¬† Would a billion dollars make you happy? Justin Kan is a successful¬†startup founder with a ton of experience under his belt. Although some amount of money is better than none, Justin claims that money will not make you happy.¬† On the other hand, being a startup founder is tremendously rewarding. ¬† What's it like to uproot yourself from San Francisco and to move to a small town in¬†Utah? Sahil Lavingia tells his story on Below The Line. Life in a rural town comes with its challenges, and its rewards. Take a look at the whole episode for the summary of Sahil's experience. It's rather good! Also, hear what Bryce Roberts, a venture capitalist from¬†Utah, has to say about living in the Salt Lake City. ¬† How can I grow listener numbers for my podcast?¬†Ah yes, my fellow podcast hosts, growing ¬†a podcast audience isn't easy, but the host of Disrupting Japan has a few points¬†for all of us. That's it, short and sweet, but lots of good content. If once a week is not enough podcasts for you, please follow @SmashNotes on twitter and you will see more frequent updates, like the ones below. Follow along, subscribe, or send me your fan mail. I would love to hear from you. ~ Kirill Zubovsky

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