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Do what you love. Always.

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

I often think about this question… And it’s a tough one. Let the reader beware! “Imagine you’ve won the lottery, and money no longer is a primary motivator. Your family is now taken care of, and you’ve earned a certain amount of notoriety by having the winning ticket. What would you do next in your life?” Shell believes that the candidate’s...

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Happiness as a metric

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

Very interesting paper by Georgetown University economist Arik Levinson highlighting how using “happiness” as a metric can be complicated. Mostly because: For better or worse, people adjust to their circumstances People aren’t rational and tend project momentary circumstances onto long-term decisions More on this here:...

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Refuse to stay small

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Interesting Articles | 0 comments

I have no idea what this article (see link below) is trying to achieve. It uses a misleading title to get you to waste 10 minutes of your life. However, this caught my attention: “Stay small” was a piece of advice I heard quite often when I began my career. Smaller studios and a small circle of clients–I was told–meant more control and thus...

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