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Whenever words are carried by saltine winds over vast expanses of water, they somehow gain the magical property of resonating clearer in our minds. This is why we seem to fall head over heels in love with wisdom from faraway lands.
It explains our obsession with Ikigai. It’s why...
David speaks with Buster Benson, a CEO of 750words.com [http://750words.com/],
author of "Why Are We Yelling? The Art of Productive Disagreement".
Previously co-founded 43things.com [http://43things.com/], healthmonth.com
[http://healthmonth.com/], the Locavore iPhone app, a bar/art gallery in Seattle
called McLeod Residence, creator...
The modern world has convinced us to divide our time into discrete blocks
labelled "work," "play," and "sleep." Of the three, only one is completed in the
workplace. In our 24-hour day, we are not permitted to shift between these
blocks or mix them. Thanks to his position as President,...
We study the greats. From a young age, we all naturally gravitate towards art.
We scribble, draw, and paint - even if it’s just to make a mess. Art is
something children do instinctively.
Since humanity’s primal ages we’ve made art. Faces on clay vases. Stick figures...
Ideas are like lego - don't leave them on the ground - they're bright and
colourful - when you pick them up you'll understand why they're loved.
Look for ideas and inspiration but don't colour by numbers. Pull things together
to build new things.
Make your own instruction manual. Be...
My whole life I've been discovering the pain of things that matter and things
I was never at any single school for more than 3 consecutive years. For the most
part, these changes were largely innocuous. I moved from Lagos to London, danced
around South London for a...
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