Unless companies making hiring/firing/comp decisions based on “doing good” goals they rarely work. Trying hard to have the right values can no longer be enough.
We reduce down experiences to online vs offline. Online is not a replacement for offline. We are in need of more models that test combining the two versus looking at each as a replacement for the other.
Liberal arts in college and in life pushes thinking. We need art and science to compete, be happy and find meaning
First, virtual characters emerge to entertain us.
Next, look for virtual characters to (1) inspire us as role models + (2) allow us to try on different virtual identities in the future FB, IG...
Will all investors become impact investors over time?
Deeply motivated to figure it out as I think about the kind of investor I want to be for the next 60 years. No easy solutions.
Abundance means realizing there is no one right answer. Powerful women in our lives can paint different roads. Then we each do our best to take whatever inspiration resonates and paint our own. PS. swearing on occasion can be f$ing effective!
The way we value “work” is core to the values we reflect to the world.
Do we only value work associated with $? Both open source developers and parents may agree on this one...
Fascinating barometer for broader cultural and mental health topics
Retail as theater and one large, interactive billboard
How do we celebrate a place without killing it? How do you cement a thought without sharing it publicly?
Try to stop yourself from posting on Twitter or Instagram the next 10 times you have an impulse to share a real world experience. Just sit in it and ask why anyone else needs to know. Write in your own journal as a high for the day and then you have for yourself, forever. Wishful thinking as I post now (isn’t it ironic, don’t you think...)
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