⫹⫺ Online Presence is Important
For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 035
Hello my friends,
Thank you for all the positive feedback on last week’s edition. I truly appreciate every minute spent, click and share.
As the weather starts to get a little damper and everything gets a little darker I hope these weekly notes will continue to positively challenge you and provide some perspective at an uneasy time.
While researching I often find insights that surprise me, but this one caught me off guard:
“60% of Gen Z and 62% of Millennials believe how you present yourself online is more important than how you present yourself in person”.
Not that it’s happening, but the velocity at which perception is changing.
I’m thinking that the winners here are not going to be Web 2.0 incumbents (Facebook, LinkedIn, Google) but those that are already embracing Web 3.0 values (Discord, OpenSea, Ethereum).
More things to think about below ↓
Whoop just released the next generation of their health and sleep tracker. Their engineers sent a very clear message to Amazon and signed things off with their initials. Reminded me of this.
With an estimated 2.5bn gamers worldwide and an increasing number of people hanging out online big brands can’t afford to ignore the opportunity. Ikea has teamed up with ASUS ROG to create a legitimate gaming collection.
It’s estimated that between 1.6 and 3.6m recreation related concussions occur worldwide and athletes, in particular, are at risk. Q Collar is the world’s first FDA-approved device that protects athletes’ brains using a very smart solution.
From a florist in Tehran to a chef in Bangkok. See how people around the world are managing to work from home.
Perhaps a symptom of the pandemic or a result of the Web 3.0 revolution. “60% of Gen Z and 62% of Millennials believe how you present yourself online is more important than how you present yourself in person”.
You’ve no doubt heard the phrase “feedback is a gift” but it’s what you choose to do with it that counts. A fantastic perspective on how to embrace and grow from it.
In a world of distraction, it’s easy to avoid doing what needs to be done. This essay gives even the worst procrastinator some hope.
Creativity is inherently an open ended pursuit. The fine line between progress and execution.
Toyota’s production system is a case study in efficiency. A mixture of people, process and management philosophies it has its own universal vocabulary.
Out of Office
I thought YouTube was the ultimate repository of design thinking.
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