I will not waste your time

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I read a book that blew my mind. The main character goes crazy when he realizes no one really knows him. A different version of you exist in the minds of everyone who knows you. The gist is that the person you think of as “yourself” exist only for you, and even you don’t really […]

Things to remember

All positivity in, all negativity out. Opinions doesn’t define you. Everyone’s journey is different. Happiness is found within. Overthinking leads to sadness. Positive attitude creates positive outcomes. Be grateful. Credit: @samvitibhardwaj

Proficiency and Creativity

Every group skill can be sorted into one of two basic types: skills of proficiency and skills of creativity. Skills of proficiency are about doing task the same way, every single time. They are about delivering machine-like reliability, and they tend to apply in domains in which the goal behaviors are clearly defined, such as […]

Name and rank your priorities

In order to move toward a target, you must first have a target. Listing your priorities, which means wrestling with the choices that define your identity, is the first step. Most successful groups end up with a small handful of priorities (five or fewer), and many, not coincidentally, end up placing their in-group relationships – […]


Ed Catmull, President and cofounder of Pixar. Hire people smarter than you. Fail early, fail often. Listen to everyone’s ideas. Face toward the problems. B-level work is bad for your soul. It’s more important to invest in good people than in good ideas. Ref: The Culture Code, Daniel Coyle


Winning is fantastic; in fact, it is addicting, but it’s not the most important thing. Learning from our victories is sometimes more important than the win itself. It will teach us to empower others and encourage them to get back on the saddle after a hard loss. The next time you win, remember what it […]

Strength in weakness

Danny Meyer delivered the message to his staff – I was scared – with steadiness, confidence, and comfort that underlined the deeper message: It’s safe to tell the truth here. His vulnerability isn’t weakness; it’s his strength. Laszlo Bock former head of People Analytics at Google, recommends that leaders ask their people three questions: What […]


“I like the word connect,” Roshi Givechi says. “For me, every conversation is the same, because it’s about helping people walk away with greater sense of awareness, excitement, and motivation to make an impact. Because individuals are really different. So you have to find different ways to make it comfortable and engaging for people to […]