Jumping rope is good cardiovascular exercise and strengthens your legs and shoulders. But the real way it makes you stronger has nothing to do with physical muscles.
The paradigm of “butt in chair” as the normalized standard for doing creative and thought-based work or learning is literally killing us, and isn’t the way everyone works best.
We live in a culture that tells us our value is in solving problems. Where would you source your value if there were no problems to solve?
There’s a pervasive belief that ownership is the path to control. But when they come into conflict, which do you really want?
Ideas love to rest in the safety of the mind. By keeping them there, we get to control their potential, but we prevent it from manifesting in reality.
I’ve spent 15 years observing what it takes to be a successful solopreneur. Here’s what I’ve learned: nobody does it alone.
The belief that we can measure progress is based on illusions and leads to an unproductive theater of measuring metrics that don’t even matter.