Reader View · 5 min read · Jul 10th · Don't set goals. Passion is bullshit. Mediocre skills are valuable. These are just a few of the unexpected truths you'll discover in Scott Adams' new book. Here are 10 more takeaways. · Shared by 2321, including Michelle Boisson, Ines Bieler, Mike Taylor, Tarik ESSAADI
You can’t be generous to others if you’re not in a good place. Adams argues that once your needs are met, you can focus on the needs of others.
Reader View · 20+ min read · From 2018 · Most digital strategies don’t reflect how digital is changing economic fundamentals, industry dynamics, or what it means to compete. Companies should watch out for five pitfalls. · Shared by 153, including 🟣 Antonio Vieira Santos #FutureOfWork #InnoTrans2, Mark Kaigwa, Bertrand Maltaverne, Merkstatt, Daniel Bentes, Glyn Britton, Katja Evertz, Thomas Power, Tom Connor, Tillmann Allmer, Gianluca Diegoli, Rodrigo Prior, Leo Blazquez, Ian Lurie 🇺🇦, Howard Getson, William El Kaim, Björn Ognibeni, Michael Musgrove, Peter Schmidhuber
Reader View · 10 min read · From 2020 · To be more effective and productive, it's important to learn to keep track of goals. Try these five tools and strategies to keep you on track today. · Shared by 213, including rohit, J. YouKnowMe, Pat Kua, Tom Connor
Reader View · 20+ min read · Mar 8th · Ravi Mehta, former CPO at Tinder & Product Exec at TripAdvisor, shares his framework for crafting a crisp product strategy for startups — a 5-step system called the "Product Strategy Stack." He also… · Shared by 340, including Quim, Bill Trenchard, Oliver Raduner
Reader View · 8 min read · 2021-02-26 · Most companies are still trying to figure out how to make AI work. A recent survey looks at some of the barriers to machine learning. · Shared by 113, including Peter Schmidhuber, Nige Willson, Bob E. Hayes, MARKTECHPOST.COM, Theodora (Theo) Lau - 劉䂀曼 🌻, Florian Graillot, Carla Gentry, Nico Müller 🇺🇦, David Doughty
Reader View · 5 min read · Jul 29th · “When I achieve this goal, then I will be happy.” We often mistakenly believe that achieving our goals will make us happy. That tendency is called the arrival fallacy. · Shared by 1525, including Neil Hart 💙, Ines Bieler
Although completing a goal may lead to the arrival fallacy, Dr Tal Ben-Shahar maintains that having objectives is essential to personal growth.
Reader View · 20+ min read · Feb 24th · In a new book called The Voltage Effect, the economist John List — who has already revolutionized how his profession does research — is trying to start a scaling revolution. In this installment of the… · Shared by 630, including Dave Nussbaum