It’s crucial to examine your motivations for what you want to create. Starting from a place of reaction rarely creates something sustainable.
The rhythms of nature are often opposed to the rhythms of culture. At no time is this more obvious than this time of year.
The promise of technology was that it would help us work less and create more free time for other activities. How’s that working out for you?
The fact that your idea may make sense, or be highly rational, is largely irrelevant. After all, what’s rational depends on who is doing the rationalizing.
How can you get your team to produce more? Create more? Work more? Sell more? It’s not the way you think.
To catch good waves you need the right conditions, but you won’t get any waves if you don’t show up.