Tag Archives: passion
One of the best pieces of advice I got about five years ago was that I should have “strong ideas, loosely held.” The feedback I was getting was on the “loosely held” part. At the time people experienced me as … Continue reading
Monday was Martin Luther King Day in the United States, an opportunity to celebrate the life and leadership of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. One of the many great pieces he wrote was the Letter from a Birmingham Jail. … Continue reading
The thing that gets people over the line isn’t how persuasive your argument is. It’s certainly not because they see a big need in the world. The thing that gets them over the line is passion. Ultimately their passion, but … Continue reading
Really? Feels to me like that’s a big part of the problem.
Later this month I’m speaking at the DO Lectures, and as part of my preparation I wanted to see a few of the lectures to get a flavor for the event and the talks. From the DO site I randomly … Continue reading
What do your job postings look like? Do they look anything like this one placed in a British newspaper by Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, looking to hire crew for his Nimrod expedition to reach the South Pole (he never succeeded): … Continue reading
There’s nothing wrong with the review, nothing at all. It’s absolutely fine. Anyone at all (especially non-techies and even non-iPhone users) who reads it will learn what’s different about the new iPhone and why she should be excited by it … Continue reading