Less is more, usually.
But mainly, stay classy.
How to use an Aeropress.
Jennie’s CreativeMornings activity
Jon Lax Short: Why we use timesheets
Anything you do that is worthwhile takes time. We're living in a 140 character culture. Things take a much longer time than that, anything meaningful. Try to consider the long term possibilities to the short term fix.
Paul Octavious Photographer
It's the deal we have to make. It's called vulnerability and risk. We have to take the risk to make ourselves vulnerable. Yes, you might do something for someone else and they may not do something back for you. That's the risk you run.
The feeling of fulfillment comes from doing something for another. The feeling from fulfillment comes from the exertion of time and energy for someone else.
We would put ourselves at great risk for our companies if we knew that our companies would put themselves at great risk for us.
If we don't love our work, we don't look out for each other.
If you can't make it big, make it red!
Computers are useless, they only give you the right answer.
Creation out of nothing. I often say that origami is as close as you can get to that. It's a piece of paper. Beyond that, you don't need anything else.
Demand responsibility but don't worry at all about authority.
One of the things that we see when we look at the work of people who have put really big ideas into the world is that they got there by being patiently impatient, or impatiently patient.
The myth of the overnight success is just that, a myth.
It’s more important you do work that’s important, than you do work that’s pretty.