Seemed like an appropriate title for someone who isn’t really sure what a hack even means (but this'll do the trick for a much more productive, enjoyable work day).
The pursuit of freedom derived from simplicity. And since we often start businesses chasing freedom, it seems a pretty good area to apply it.
The process is your daily life - it’s the work you actually do. Though there is reward in the completion, the outcome arrives intermittently and is a rarely celebrated end result.
Focus too much on being lean & failing fast and what you’ll develop is another average product in a sea already brimming over with mediocrity.
It was an app that didn't work. But the users never knew.
It's our job to figure out which is which. Right?
One of the most important things in your entire business are your working processes. And yet the majority of businesses we work with don’t seem to have them.
Big business has a big problem. They require CEOs to make important and sometimes complex decisions. And the decisions are ultimately made to maximize shareholder wealth and the revenue of the business. At nearly any cost.
When you're making the money you're comfortable living with, you hide all the inefficiencies.
The logo isn't quite right. But it's rarely the logo. Or the colors. Or the tagline. Or the advert. So what is it?
Are you distracting yourself with quick, new services?
When was the last time you sat down and listened to all your employee ideas...and then implemented some?
Answering 'I'm busy' isn't a bad thing is it?
Let's talk about our problems more. Said no wife or husband ever.
This guy has been studying broccoli for 20 years and writes papers titled the 'Inflorescence identity gene alleles are poor predictors of inflorescence type in broccoli'. It's a job. That makes money.
Vanity will only get you so far.
I know - one of those kind of titles. Except it's true.
Is that client, project, opportunity or item worth it?
I listened to what the scientists said.
The pitch. The elevator line. The value proposition. The summary. Whatever you want to call it, you're missing a crucial element.
We can't do this.
Every single month when I get my period it surprises me. Stick with me here fellows.
More specifically, sometimes you just can't please your clients.
If you suddenly had no work and no emails and no friendly inquiries for months, how would that affect your self esteem?