… the obvious vantage point may not always be the best one. Continue reading Change your perspective from time to time.
The plain fact is that great achievement, deep fulfillment, lasting relationships, or any other aspects of an unquenchably, relentlessly well lived life aren’t formulaically executable or neatly quantifiable. First and foremost, they’re searingly, and deeply personally, meaningful. The inconvenient truth is: you’ll probably have to not just blaze your own trail — you’ll also probably … Continue reading
“E-mail overload is something we are inadvertently doing to each other. You can’t solve this problem acting alone. You will end up simply ignoring, delaying, or rushing responses to many incoming messages, and risk annoying people or missing something great. That prospect is stressful.” “But if we can mutually change the ground rules, maybe we … Continue reading inbox hell…
I am a big fan of Ramen noodles. And today I am having a giant bowl of Ramen in the TinEye HQ. If you are a big fan of Ramen then you will love these ramen hacks! Mine today contains peas, green onions, line and sesame oil! Continue reading Lunch!
I got the flu from hell. It has been so awful! Down for 4 days and counting! Would not wish this on my worst enemy hence the mask (and foggy glasses!). Continue reading Sicko!
BusinessWeek: “Having dolphins in a small tank outside a casino is crazy,” “Ordering vegetables is not.” Ah finally! Continue reading Power Vegans
Yes, I find myself dreaming of snow in August. Yes. Snow. You would too if you were living in Toronto this week. Brings back memories of Ecuador and the last iceman (whom I wish I had met during my visit). [Photograph by Geir Yngve Tro] Continue reading Snow… wishing you were here
I am loving Less 365 that Randy Reddig has started. Things are looking awesomely cheerful on the home front with my Less 365 initiatives: I got rid of all tupperware and plastic storage containers. Seems trivial, but it is a simple decision that changes everything in our kitchen. Leftovers need not apply in this household. … Continue reading Less 365
Two decades ago approximately I decided that waking up in the morning and heading out the door was to be a few minutes adventure which to me meant short hair (wash and dash), a set of clothes that I can simply reach for and wear without ever having to think about colour coordination – I … Continue reading Less
On Offensive Play by Malcom Gladwell in the New Yorker […] those who select for gameness have a responsibility not to abuse that trust: if you have men in your charge who would jump off a cliff for you, you cannot march them to the edge of the cliff. Does the vaccine matter? The Atlantic … Continue reading Gameness, vaccines, turtles, life and startups