My Favorite Newsletters
I love reading newsletters! I probably go through 60-70+ each week now. Here are some of my absolute favorites.
It's no secret that I love to read. Between my personal email & my secondary Mailbrew inbox, I subscribe to over 70+ newsletters.
One of my tweets about my favorite newsletters once went viral, garnering almost 100k impressions. I often get questions from friends asking me for newsletter recommendations, so I thought I'd put together a list of my favorites.
In this post, I'll share the newsletters I look forward to receiving each week, by category. This comes after a serious purge.
The criteria I used to determine whether to keep newsletters or not:
- Have I read the last 3 issues?
- Do I learn something each issue?
I only recommend A-grade newsletters in my collection. Welcome to my gold mine:
Personal Growth, Productivity & Mental Models
- Maker Mind by Anne-Laure Le Cunff - A weekly dose of mindful productivity that's backed with neuroscience.
- The Jungle Gym by Nick deWilde - Thoughtful writing about careers, personal growth and trends.
- Perspectives by Deb Liu - Useful life & career advice that helps you grow and challenges the way you do things.
- 3-2-1 by James Clear - Actionable insights and important questions you should reflect on.
- Farnam Street by Shane Parrish - Brain food for the curious with plenty of actionable advice and deep dives into mental models.
- The Curiosity Chronicle by Sahil Bloom - Mental models and high-signal content that helps make you a better person and enables you to understand the world better.
- Product Lessons by Linda Zhang - Product, career and entrepreneurship lessons.
- Lenny's Newsletter by Lenny Ratchitsky - High-quality gems on Product Management, Growth & Community
- Product Life by Will Lawrence - Concise, actionable and (often) surprising tools to grow as a product manager.
Creator Economy & Newsletters
- For The Interested by Josh Spector - Actionable resources to help creators produce, promote and earn from their creators. Super informative.
- Cybernaut by Fadeke Adegbuyi - A deep dive into Internet culture and what it means to us.
- Li's Newsletter - When the OG of the Passion Economy writes, you have to stop and read.
- Not A Newsletter by Dan Oshinsky - Everything you need to know about the latest in the newsletter sphere.
- Wonder Tools by Jeremy Kaplan - Learn about new tools every week. I always discover gems here.
- Creativerly by Philipp Temmel - All about creativity & productivity-boosting tools.
- Trends.vc by Dru Riley - Concise, 5-minute reports that expose you to emerging trends, while giving you enough fodder to dig in more at your own time
- In Bed With Social by Marie Dolle - Deep, well-researched, yet light-hearted dives into trends.
- Trends by The Hustle - Fun nuggets of information about obvious & non-obvious trends
- Indie Hackers - An odyssey into the world of startups, bootstrappers and indie hackers
- Zero To Marketing by Andrea Bosoni - Case studies on how founders should start thinking about marketing
- Marketing Examples by Harry Dry - Crisp & clear examples of marketing messages.
- Wellness Wisdom
- Trevor McKendrick
- P.S. Remember that BrainPint is also a medley!
Business & Strategy
- Morning Brew
- Napkin Math in the Every bundle by Evan Armstrong
- Declarative Statements by Katelyn Donnelly
- Not Boring by Packy McCormick
- Clouded Judgement - SaaS analysis
- Meritech Capital - S-1 breakdowns
- Software Stack Investing - Deep dives into SaaS
- I have created a public SaaS weekly digest here (read by ~600 people!)
- Sidekick - A curated party in a box. All things weird, useful, fun and wonderful
- Remotely Interesting by Marissa Goldberg - The best companion anyone working and leading remotely should have in their inbox.
Hope that has been a useful glimpse into my reading diet. To learn how I curate, read this post. To read my curations, subscribe to BrainPint.