Reminding myself as a business operator that somewhere, there is probably a consultant selling $100k+ trust falls and team-building weekend excursions.
You know what business founders hate? Being told their business is a flaming house fire and that you’re the one ready to put it all out!
In another post, I asked why wouldn’t tech companies want to create a Mac OS tool that lets a user set their availability, and paste it as plain text to another person?
Have you ever done OKRs for yourself AND your business?
I have spent a lot of time setting up the software infrastructure to run my design business.
In my last post, I lamented how bad the interfaces of today are and how I wish in a hypothetical Minority Report 2.
I read this article about how job-seekers are saying no to cover letters.
One of the most important insights from my career so far is going from serving myself, to serving others. It’s a pretty difficult transition to make let me explain.
Sometimes people ask me, “What do the outdoors have to do with tech and blockchain? If you’re going off-grid, isn’t the point to escape tech?”
Science says Tuesday and Thursday afternoons are the best times to drive engagement and attendance for a meeting. Monday and Fridays are the worst.
I quit cigarettes in 2014. Today I was thinking about why I was able to break that bad habit after trying everything, and how ultimately it was a simple brain hack that did it.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t live in the future of productivity that you see in the movies like Minority Report.