Decision fatigue is real. There’s a reason why Steve Jobs wore the same turtleneck all the time and Jack Dorsey can always be seen in sandals and a hoodie. Simplicity is useful. When the number of options is reduced we can see the ones left more clearly. And if the options left for that decision… Continue reading DECISION FATIGUE


If you’re afraid of doing what you need to do in life then think about this. There is no reward without risk. In other words, to get something you want, you have to try something that might not work. We have to do something dangerous. This is an inescapable fact of reality. But trying things… Continue reading IF YOU’RE AFRAID


Anytime there’s a disconnect, there’s an opportunity to create immense value in connecting. If you’re working in a field where there’s usually technical expertise but they’re lacking in social expertise, then there are ways for you to bring value by using your social expertise to connect people in ways they wouldn’t be able to otherwise.… Continue reading CONNECT


A teacher can’t teach you a skill. A teacher can only show you a route to learn a skill. Do you really think someone who’s studied something for twenty years can make you like them in a month or a year? And even if you spent twenty years with the teacher then that teacher will… Continue reading A TEACHER

We Need More Kings

We need more kings. We need more leaders. We need more people to step up. And if you think you’re a badass then you’ll have enough self worth to try, and that’s a big deal. The world gets better when individual people choose to make it better. It’s not a given that life on earth… Continue reading We Need More Kings

The Age Of Curation

I’ve thought about this for a long time. And I think the information age is over. I think we’ve entered the age of curation. The expression, “Knowledge is power.” Has fueled us for years. And it’s true. But in a world with an abundance of data the power begins to come from the ability to… Continue reading The Age Of Curation