Sometimes the most important progress is found in what you’re not doing or what’s not happening. How do you measure something that’s not there?
There’s a persistent myth that the easy availability of information creates greater transparency. This promise of the information age has been grossly overstated.
In my life, I’ve worried about a lot of things. But I’ve never worried about running out of ideas. Here’s why.
Often we are so eager to get into problem-solving mode that we don’t know what problem we’re solving.
Three things you can do to shift your energy when the news is terrible.
We live in a culture that prizes thinking. But thinking isn’t as useful as we think it is.