This week we have a guy who desperately wants to escape his soulless career and become a writer, but he’s too busy to write. Should he leave his job so he can finally find the time to put pen to paper? Or will he
Not that it’s news to me, but it has come to my attention twice in the past two weeks that I’m a terrible speller. A reader comment on this very blog pointed out that I used the word “conscious” when I meant to say
Georgia HoSome bits of it talked about increasing management span, and I find myself wondering how one person can manage 180 people like how Bill Coughran, who See morewas Google's Head of Engineering, did.
Not focusing on promotions (by setting salary increases low) but instead on incentives is also interesting, but I also wonder about how and why people would want to actually be promoted in a company that runs like that?
It's an interesting read, and I'd love to understand more about it from someone else who knows much more than me.
The first idea – simple but easy to overlook – is that building wealth has little to do with your income or investment returns, and lots to do with your savings rate. Fortunes can be blown as fast as they’re earned – and often