The best 3 blog posts from each month:
Together these blogs discuss working together as a group, and putting yourself out into the world. The best things in the world can’t be done alone, and they also feel the most risky, like the judgment of others will destroy you.
- Contribution vs. Association
- A Pixar Movie would take 400 years alone
- The tension of showing what you can do
The theme of this months best articles are about starting something, overcoming the feeling of risk, and doing something that isn’t easy. Taken together these posts may lead you to start something now.
Artistry, perfectionism, and the misinformed common knowledge. These things create tension in us. The first makes you feel like the goal is unclear and the latter make you feel like the goal is unattainable. Of course, it’s wrong all around. Read these three blogs to unlock your power and reframe yourself.
- Is there artistry in this?
- Perfection is a pursuit of only the simplest tasks.
- When common knowledge is misinformed.
These 3 blogs when taken together end up being about standing out in the world. That by being the best in a category, most of the other details start to fall away, and doing things that others don’t or can’t starts to be an option.
- Frank Gehry’s website and the details that don’t matter
- Percentiles and where you stand in the world
- A software tool that stands out, and what you can learn from it
- Quickest forms of influence vs. most impactful
- Robert McCulloch understood location was a filter
- The roundtable failure.
- Marketing: Like sales, but less personalized!
- The top shelf keeps moving.
- Small business, it’s time to make your voice heard.
- Software is bad because companies scale before skill
- Remarkable work 35 years later
- How to Get Gordon Ramsay on Hot Ones
- 15% of Google searches are unique
- Even your strength compounds
- Commitment is when you stop counting the time
- Approval from authority isn’t what’s holding back great work
- Focus on the problem, not the constraints
- What prequels and sequels can show us about ourselves
- The Perfect Scrambled Egg (A thought on going from vision to execution.)
- The Daily Effort of Picasso
- The Fear of What You’re Doing