Sheryl Sandberg has advised, “If you’re offered a seat on a rocketship, don’t ask what seat! Just get on.”
Here’s the thing about a Big Hard Task (like hiring a team or starting a new job): It is sized to intimidate. Here’s how to break down the process and to manage your expectations so you don’t get defeated.
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I wrote several years ago about living my life such that it peaks not abruptly at middle age but instead somewhere toward the end of life.
Hey, Everyone: Remember when we drew this together?
Wikipedia's quick definition of distribution is useful but so incomplete. I am presently looking for some better reading on the key learnings from distribution channel strategies of the past. Think retail and carbonated beverages and electricity suppliers.
Amazon has put the Premier 192042 Five-Setting Showerhead down to its lowest price ever of $11.23. It doesn't have a ton of reviews... in fact it has 3, but they are all good.
Checking out the new mobile editor!
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Right now, Kinja doesn't have many planned methods of discovery (ways you might find interesting users, posts, or Kinjas outside of your native Kinja habitat). The primary ways you can discover new people and posts are by reading existing content and then following users and Kinjas you discover within that content.…
It's obvious to those who are watching it that Bitcoin is enjoying a faddishness within business circles right now. Witness Blodget's nearly hourly posts and tweets about its price and the weighing in of nearly every minor or major financial publication with a definitive explainer piece on the cryptocurrency.
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When Google recently announced it was killing the RSS reader known simply as Reader, a small corner of the internet went apeshit. The rest of the internet asked, "What the hell is RSS?" The answer to that question reveals a lot about why blogs are doomed to be upstaged by the magazines they tried to replace. Still,…
I grew up in a small town with a stunted world view and not much access to outside information. I have written before about how the Internet as an information outlet would later be revolutionary for me for these reasons, but this post is not about that. It's about other types of media that I did have in those early…
Listen to your users more than the press. Don't get sucked into the gravity hole between you and your competition. Ruthlessly run your own path, not someone else's.