You may think you’re too busy to slow down and read a newsletter, even a timely, well-written one. Inc.com, however, suggests that newsletters can help you stay competitive.
“Done well, they’re efficient and effective — that is, they cut through the bluster and more often than not help you see your own business in a new meaningful way,” Inc.com’s Associate Editor Brit Morse wrote in May.
To guide you, Inc.com put out a call to business owners asking for the best newsletters and came up with six that are not only jam-packed with useful information but are also a quick read. They’re delivered right to your inbox, and they’re free.
Here’s the list:
- “21 Hats,” a daily email that combines articles, interviews and insights with the most important business news of the day
- “Milk Road,” a savvy newsletter that helps you navigate the often cryptic world of crypto
- “Understandably,” a collection of smart commentary on all sorts of topics by popular Inc. columnist Bill Murphy Jr.
- “The Hustle,” a quirky offering that Morse describes as “a daily business newsletter for people who hate boring newsletters”
- “The Daily Upside,” a morning newsletter that shares knowledge about smart investing before the market opens
- “Where’s Your Ed At,” a weekly email that focuses on topics related to workplace culture, business trends and technology