Make it wearable intel contest
From Maria Nemeth in Mastering Life’s Energies.
“What do you mean I am not trying? I am trying harder than you think!”
“I cannot believe she talked to me that way.”
“I will never be as good as ____.”
“I tried so hard or gave so much, but nobody responded.”
“When you reach a certain age, no one will hire you.”
“I could not make it because I had more important things to do.”
“There is a part of me that doesn’t have a clue.”
“If I can pull all the pieces floating around in my head together, then I will be okay.”
… thought you might like it. Time Lapse of new York!
Of course, Bruce Sterling awesomeness
Digest this one slowly:
And another conference to visit next year:
No-so-live blogging Tedx Berkeley.
Fascinating stories about people pivoting their careers to pursue their passions.
Chris Anderson, author of The Long Tail, now accidental kickstarter and CEO of 3d Robotics, a hobbyist drone manufacturer who uses Mexico as his competitive advantage in manufacturing:
My takeaway. Whenever he started to explore a new field of interest, he would rather “look stupid in public” than be smart in private. He would start a new website.
Fathering – started www.geekdad.com
Drones – started http://diydrones.com/ which eventually led him to founding the company he’s part of now.
Peter Bergman’s 18 minutes addresses a hole in GTD: how to prioritize.
18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done