How Naveen Keeps Track

The co-founder of Foursquare tells us about the systems he uses to start companies, remember what he reads, and prioritize his time

Naveen keeps track.Β 

For a while, he had a personal API project where anyone could access basic stats about him like how many hours he slept at night, and how much he weighed in the morning.Β 

For over a decade, he's been recording quotes, and images, blog posts, and articles in a digital commonplace so he can always find them later if he needs them.Β 

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