As I do my own critical thinking about 2013, the last post for 2012 is an excerpt from Brad Feld’s “Hope is Critical to a Strategy.“
The before-and-after difference in Henry’s mental awareness when listening to music from his past is phenomenal.
David Brooks has a great New York Times op-ed on “The Power of the Particular.”
This Don Tapscott TED Talk does a great job explaining the general concept of open and its impact on our society.
Fast Company has a great audio excerpt from a Steve Jobs interview where he discusses Pixar and running a business like a marathon.
I’m more a writer than a speaker, and I’ve always admired great writers more than great speakers, because writers are able to deliver both tone and content much clearer and with more depth. As a reader, as opposed to an audience member watching someone speak, I retain more more of the message.
This 100 seconds of Steve Jobs dispensing his thoughts on life is probably something we should all listen to every morning.
Since I first read Mona Simpson’s eulogy of her brother, Steve Jobs, I randomly keep coming back to one part that sticks out even more so than his famous last words.
Had dinner with some friends tonight, including Jim Gilliam. When I got home, I re-watched his PdF 2011 “The Internet is My Religion” talk. You should, too.