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Everybody is (still) winging it.

“It seems to come as an immense relief to many people to be reminded that it’s not just them – that the reason they always feel like they’re making things up as they go along is because everyone is always […]

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What work looks like.

“The mantra of sharing your work and involving everyone in decisions naturally leads to inviting and copying people into things that add no value to them, or you.” | learn more

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Dawani’s law.

“The number of people who say that Moore’s Law can’t continue doubles every 24 months.” | learn more

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The staircase of the self.

Lawrence Yeo takes the evolution of self and grafts it onto a metaphorical staircase. It’s an interesting exploration that reminded me of the Jung quote: “The first half of life is devoted to forming a healthy ego, the second half […]

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How to get out of a rut.

“In that predicament, if I’m lucky, I’ll remember the observation, usually attributed to Joan Baez, that “action is the antidote to despair.” People tend to quote this in the context of political or environmental activism, but it applies to everything […]

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Why are you so busy?

An anecdote that underpins a plea to stop being so busy at work. “What an absolutely terrifying proposition that is! That he and his team were too busy to do the job they were hired to do, and in a […]

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What’s really impacting your decision making?

“You probably learned at school that humans have five senses—sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste—partly because these are the ones that Aristotle identified two millennia ago. Aristotle was wrong.” | learn more