Ep 14: 30 Ways to Evaluate News

  
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Life in Lists of 30, Episode 14: 30 Ways to Evaluate News

Reading news should be approached with context and skepticism. To stay informed, but not swayed by bias pieces, I try to read between the lines and sample multiple sources. A well researched late piece is better than the FUD and emotional rollercoaster of tweets.

Improvement: Tried publishing at 5PM instead of 5AM. It was a good idea to switch the schedule so I can focus on writing new material. I think I’ve gotten more confident in my speaking presentations from recording myself reading out loud.

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