Far too often, we don’t start because we can’t get our minds around the entire thing. We don’t take the first step because we can’t figure out the seventeenth step.
But you don’t have to know the seventeenth step. You only have to know the first step. Because the first number is always 1.
Start with 1.
- Rob Bell, How To Be Here, p. 92 Read More
Here are snippets about some wonderful people I met at TEDxToronto Read More
ere are some takeaways from the conference:
- [Satish Kanwar] Barter economies = everyone was an entrepreneur
- Don't wait for THEY to make a decision or make a moment
- Name an entrepreneur...The next time you answer, I hope you say that you are
- [Jeremie Saunders] We place death far off in the distance. What if I knew I was going to die at 30 years old?
- "The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time." - Mark Twain
The Triple Constraint is so important. I'm glad you asked the question because Imma break it down for you real quick. Read More
I am guilty of doing it and you, dear reader, are probably guilty of it too.
After every session I would tell myself, "never again", but lo and behold the following semester I found myself cramming in last-minute information for exams or furiously typing an assignment. Read More
Before I even knew what project management was, I was simply breaking down my big goals into step-by-step processed and called it chunking. Now we have fancy smancy terms for it.
Chunking = the hierarchical decomposition of a project Read More
“We like market research because it provides certainty - a score, a prediction; if someone asks us why we made the decision we did, we can point to a number. But the truth is that for the most important decisions, there can be no certainty.” - Malcolm Gladwell, Blink, pg.176 Read More