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If you desire freedom and authenticity, master the free-agent mindsets and resist the employment trade-off. Don't settle for a good job when you can have a great career.
Master the art of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes. And don’t just be helpful; be massively helpful. Offer to help even when it doesn’t directly benefit you, and you’ll be amazed by the response.
Get serious about sharing. Don’t pretend to own any client. Don’t ever white label people or companies that you hire. Be massively collaborative. Work with everyone you know
Facebook at all until recently, only to stay in touch with people after he went to college in the fall. "It's not a place for serious people," he said.
chat apps, photo apps, all apps that did one thing and did it well. Maybe that's why all those girls laughed about Snapchat, which is one thing
Piskorski told me, "Of course teenagers hate Facebook and find it useless. In high school, you see your friends everyday!"
the type of content they post becomes more generic, less personal (which explains Facebook's sudden embrace of news media)
I mean, it's useful, but there are better things. Instagram, for photos, people react, like, right away. No one posts photos on Facebook except, like, official school groups.
Mostly, they [teens] feel embarrassed even to be associated with it." It is, he concluded, "simply not cool anymore."
"I mean, man, it's like not real life. Not. Real. Life. Why would you be on there when there's this," he gesture
People don’t share because they like a project or brand, they share to help people who they want to see succeed.
The physical space is still crucial to productive work but it needs to become more adaptable, says Ryan Anderson
Hey all! @nsroka & I are in #Thailand on our honeymoon. On Samui & doing great. Will share observations if they're interesting.