Ideas are like sunflowers—they may arrive unannounced, and not all will reach full height.
We live our lives surrounded by a chorus of shoulds. They accumulate gradually, as we try to improve. We read the best practices, success stories and guides. We listen to industry experts and accept friendly tips—and most of them come loaded with new things we should be doing. For example, if you’re trying to be […]
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Michele Wucker’s new book You Are What You Risk is exactly what we need right now, in an uncertain world. Read my review of it here.
Searching for inspiration is like whale watching—you need a quiet mind, a good perspective, and open attention to spot the ideas lurking in the depths.