⫹⫺ Climbing The Right Hill
For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 042
Hello my friends,
A couple of thought experiments to start your week (inspired by last week’s reading).
Are you “climbing the right hill?” Is what you’re doing today getting you closer to where you want to be in 10 years from now?
Are you progressing on an exponential curve, or following a linear path? Compounding is the key to successful investing and it’s no different with learning or your career.
If your answer is no to either, what are you doing about it?
How consumers adopt innovation. A reminder to keep going. ↓
The Fabricant is enabling everyone to become a fashion designer in the Metaverse ↓
It’s easy to get distracted by Elon but there’s another U.S. carmaker having a renaissance. Ford set social media alight with their 1978 F-100 Eluminator concept which is a demonstration of their first ever e-crate engine - a kind of plug and play electric power unit.
The first 30 days in a new role are important for both trust and confidence. This playbook shows you how to nail it.
“There’s a saying – I don’t know whose – that an expert is always from out of town.” Why comparing yourself or your company to another is flawed.
Malcolm Gladwell on why we are bad at detecting lies and deception. “What We Should Know About the People We Don't Know”
Whether you’re trying to manage it or create more of it, time plays an important role in our lives. The simple idea of a pause can help you avoid burnout.
How do you decide to commit to something new? It’s a “hell yes”, or “no”.
A framework for making a routine task more efficient ↓
Out of Office
If there is one city I miss traveling to it’s Tokyo.
When someone, who hasn’t been, asks me to describe the experience I always say the same thing: “It’s the way the world should be”.
Despite being the largest city on the planet people are respectful to each other, transport is scheduled to the second, school children can walk home in the dark by themselves and the shopping, bars and restaurants mmm *chef’s kiss*.
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