Archive for: March, 2023

Turn Shit into Sugar: The Art of Transforming Challenges into Opportunities

Life can be full of unexpected challenges and setbacks. It’s easy to feel discouraged and defeated when things don’t go as planned. However, it’s important to remember that every challenge presents an opportunity for growth and transformation. Turning shit into sugar means taking a negative situation and turning it into something positive.

The Importance of Studying History: Why Learning from the Past Helps Prevent Problems in the Future

I believe that studying history helps us prevent problems in the future. History is a subject that some people may find boring or irrelevant to their daily lives. However, studying history is crucial for gaining a deeper understanding of the world and how it functions. By examining past events and analyzing their causes and effects, we can learn valuable lessons that can help us avoid repeating the same mistakes in the future.

Small Giants: Business Lessons from Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big

In the world of business, the common goal is often to grow as large as possible. However, the book Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big by Bo Burlingham explores an alternative approach that some companies have taken: choosing to be great instead of big. These “small giants” are companies that prioritize factors such as purpose, community, and quality over sheer size and expansion.

What is The Price We Pay For Living a Life Optimized by Algorithms?

We all want to make better use of our time, resources, and effort, save money, and save time; we all want to live more efficient and impactful lives. In today’s world, technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. From smartphones to smart homes, algorithms are everywhere, and they are constantly working to make our lives more efficient and optimized.

Don’t Worry About Being the Best; Be the Best at Getting Better

In a world that seems obsessed with winning and being the best, it can be easy to lose sight of what really matters: progress. While being the best at something is certainly a worthy goal, it can be fleeting and ultimately unsatisfying if it’s not accompanied by a commitment to ongoing improvement. This is where the idea of “being the best at getting better” comes in.

7 Deadly Sins of Mediocrity

“The Slayer of Mediocrity.” That’s what I called myself when I first started posting stuff online. Eventually, people on Twitter started calling me Innovation Insurgent, and it stuck. My belief is that humans have inherent attitudes and beliefs that drive us toward mediocrity; I started taking an interest in how to combat these attitudes and beliefs.