Issue #6: DJ Khaled, Kanye West, and Google Secrets

Hello! I’m the ceo/founder of Skillshare. Every week, I’ll share interesting links that covers cultur
Issue #6: DJ Khaled, Kanye West, and Google Secrets
By Michael Karnjanaprakorn • Issue #6
Hello! I’m the ceo/founder of Skillshare. Every week, I’ll share interesting links that covers culture, creativity, startups, productivity, and life. Will keep it short and sweet for the cool kids. 
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What I'm Sharing
We made a recent video at Skillshare that went viral! We posted it on Thursday and it already has 200K+ shares and 4.5M+ views! 
What I'm Reading
A Google employee teaches his colleagues how to block out interruptions and set aside “make time.”
DJ Khaled talks about Snapchat fame, how he uses social media as a celebrity, his obsession with plants and lions, and his radically positive outlook on life.

If you don’t follow DJ Khaled on Snapchat, you must do it immediately! 
He alleges that the company—whose business is staked on its authenticity and commitment to transparency—did not originally make its own chocolate from scratch, as it claims it always has.
Is this good branding or an example of being inauthentic?  
It’s the church of choice for Bieber and Durant. It’s where the cool kids spend Sunday morning after Saturday night at the club. For ye of little faith, it’s hard to make sense out of Hillsong. Is it legit? Is it a hipster cult? And why’s everyone wearing Saint Laurent? GQ’s Taffy Brodesser-Akner joins the flock to find out if Christianity can really be this cool and still be Christian.
What I'm Listening
This has been on 100x repeat for the past week. 
What I'm Watching
What if everyone’s main focus was to help someone else?
It’s no secret that I am a huge Kanye West fan and this interview is pure gold. Whether you love him or hate him, you can’t deny his creative genius. 
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