On one end are the people I admire most: visionary creators with values that choose to share their philosophy, approach, and life lessons with the world. Think: Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Warren Buffet Down the line are visionaries that don’t actually create much, like James Altuchter and Tim Ferriss, both who I admire greatly,… Continue reading The Business Mentor Spectrum
In Experimental Society 1, resources are distributed to every person in such a way that everyone can live comfortably, with adequate shelter, enough food, entertainment, etc. so that no one is left wanting. People choose projects they want to work on, and there are no boundaries to what they do. Resources for projects are allocated… Continue reading Experimental Society 1
I work for an up-and-coming pharmaceutical manufacturing company, let’s call it Xomex. That sounds like it could be the name of a tech company, I don’t know if it is. Anyway, this sentiment has become almost mantra at “Xomex” for awhile now: “I know we’re all really busy…” Managers say it in meetings and everyone… Continue reading I’m Not Particularly Busy
This is a blog post about Allan and Barbara Pease’s Book “The Definitive Book of Body Language.” I’ve read it once, and this is what stuck out to me at the time. This is not a comprehensive professional review or summary and should not be used as cliff notes.
This is a blog post about Seth Godin’s book Tribes. I’ve read it once, and this is what stuck out to me at the time. This is not a comprehensive professional review or summary and should not be used as cliff notes.