Technology is just as much a product of the human creative instinct as art. It is possibly more collective, more commercial and more practical, but it is no less creative.
This week, I am in Kaunas, Lithuania and it’s like someone punched a hole in the ceiling and let the light back in.
This is the mistake I have made over and over in my career. This time around, I have no intention of repeating it.
Don’t be put off by the hype. If you are feeling swamped, out of control and without options, read this book. It can really help you to work through what is and isn’t really worth giving a f*ck about…
The life of a solo entrepreneur in fantastic, exciting, flexible and sometimes damn hard work. Literally, everything needs to come from within you. Especially when deals are thin, and clients are few.
Our society doesn’t really value knowledge and experience. We flush it away all too soon, embarrassed by its wrinkles, poor eyesight, deafness and general unattractiveness (or something).
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We could all improve our productive output on a daily basis by becoming more aware of our own rhythms, when things are cooking and when we’re chopping carrots.
Why am I telling you this? Not because I think I am superhuman or that you should also be engaged on multiple fronts, but precisely because I am not.