In a world of instant gratification, waiting is not tolerated. We want constant progress and constant growth. Anything that stands in the way is the enemy. The consequence is short term thinking and short term results frameworks. It turns out there is significant value in waiting. It’s not just about as soon as possible, but […]Read More The value of not yet
We account for time in one of two ways: second by second or lifetime. Since time is limited, we passionately promote efficiency. It’s all about the hustle. It’s about optimal value out of every second. There is no time to waste. Every second must be productive. Every day must account. Every action justified by its […]Read More Time to waste.
Legacy is perhaps a better word for it. The memory of the future. We create it every day. It raises the question, “What will the future result of today’s work be?” It’s a question we prefer not to ask because it is unlikely that we will get an accurate answer. Looking to the future through […]Read More Future memory
Guardrails function not to restrict but to protect. It indicates the edge of the motorway and helps you stay on it, specifically in dangerous or tricky areas. It’s also preemptive in nature. It is installed at precarious areas of the road to avoid fatalities and damage. The funny thing is, we hardly notice them. On […]Read More Decision Guardrails