Communication in work teams in hard. Don Rossmoore's book is a fresh take on how to understand it.
Sometime in late 2013, I had this weird idea that it would be fun to try to turn the game of Go (an ancient and amazing 2-player game) into a multiplayer game. It was really just a distraction from the stress of day-to-day company life, but somehow it kept coming back. Now, through the amazingly … Continue reading Brainbugs: side projects that get out of control!
"Quarantine", "Social Distancing", "Sheltering in Place" and states of emergency are rapidly becoming part of daily experience. I'm currently in Spain is one of the countries which is a little "ahead of the curve" in terms of virus spread and emergency measures restricting movement. The state of emergency in Spain started last weekend and restricts … Continue reading A Few Tips for Surviving Coronavirus Lockdown
If you've tried it, you probably know that Inbox Zero is a game-changer. Although it can be difficult to stick to and achieve regularly, it is hard to overstate how much peace of mind you get from regularly clearing your email inbox and having noted down the key to-do items. Of course, your inbox fills … Continue reading From Inbox Zero to Task Box Zero
Starting the year off with fun topic... If you've never heard of the Instant Gratification Monkey and the other characters from Tim Urban's now-classic 2016 Ted talk, you're in for a treat. Even if you have it's always good to have a refresh and I have a couple of thoughts that might help put it … Continue reading The Instant Gratification Monkey and Non-Linearity