Nat Eliason is a writer and entrepreneur exploring topics not covered effectively by existing literature. He discusses subjects including sex, health, money, happiness, and anywhere else there’s a significant amount of noise and artificial complexity.
His work has gained popularity for taking a no-nonsense approach to taboo, controversial, or misunderstood areas. This has included in-depth discussions of male sexuality, pragmatic psychedelic use, going for days without eating, saving money by traveling, decreasing your exposure to information, and the limits of our self-awareness.
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Two and a half years ago, I started a company called Tailored Fit providing algorithmic clothes shopping recommendations (think Pandora + Shop Style). We raised $125,000 (though only collected $75,000), and burned it all because we had no idea what we were doing.
Then, a year ago, my friend Justin and I started Programming for Marketers. This went better. Instead of burning $75,000 of other people’s money over a year, we made $50,000 in 5 months. That happened right as I was wrapping up college, leaving me in prime position to run the business while traveling the world a la 4-Hour Workweek.
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Six months in, I realized something had shifted. Nateliason.com was gaining traction after a few very popular sex articles and I found myself spending more of my time focused on its growth.
That’s a problem in a startup. Early employees have to put the collective identity above their own. It’s the only way the organization functions.
If the employees are more focused on their own brand than the collective brand, the company won’t get their best work and there won’t have been any point in hiring them in the first place.
A simple test for where you have your “work identity” is what you think about in the shower. In the beginning, my shower thoughts revolved around growing the SumoMe user base. Then around February, they shifted more and more to how to grow Nateliason.com.
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” Over the past year, usually after a couple glasses of wine, men and women kept bringing up more topics that needed to be better explained. Eventually, it became clear that a series of articles wouldn’t do it justice. There needed to be a book, a guide that could be handed to any guy curious about improving his sex life. ”
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