• Great work starts with decision-making. In order to make the best decisions possible, understanding the decision-making process is critical. This article talks about procrastination , constraints, and a process for getting yourself unstuck.
  • What happened to interesting? is a discussion of how the world for the last 40-60 years seems to becoming duller in many ways, particularly as a result of big business becoming more prevalent. We need more people working on interesting stuff. I share an example of SWAG Golf Co.
  • Can you please build an asset? is a discussion of how things that are cheap don’t necessarily grow the economy and make things better for people by making better things.
  • The Geometry and Calculus of Patience: is an extension of the “How I destroyed everything by lacking patience” article. It takes a look at how growth happens, the functions it follows and how much bigger gains happen at shorter and shorter intervals.
  • How I destroyed everything by lacking patience: will take you through a few failures of mine and what I learned about patience. Keep in mind, even when these failures happened, I knew it patience was key, but I didn’t truly adopt it. I then share a story of a certain architect and his 40 year quest to the top of an industry.
  • Marketing isn’t about convincing: it’s about filtering out the wrong people. This article takes a look at some examples of that.
  • If you’re a small business, know your audience: it will help you write things in a way that resonates with them.
  • Growing your business by providing space to dream

None of this is Right is written by me, Brandon Donnelly. I believe that small business is the backbone of a healthy economy and democracy. Small business encourages competition through generosity, creativity, and skill. Small business provides more opportunity for workers to find a job that works for them. If you believe in small business, generosity, or creativity, my writings are for you.

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