“don’t have time for that” is the biggest excuse out there. When someone says they “don’t have time” for something, what they’re really saying is that a task isn’t as important or attractive as whatever else they have on their plate. Every person gets twenty-four hours of time every day and gets to spend those twenty-four hours however he or she chooses.
Chris Bailey →
Collaboration is not an option: It is reality.
Work gets done by humans. Humans with full lives, aspirations, fears, and values.
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- A Walking Tour of New York’s Massive Surveillance Network
- Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?
- Lightning – Louie Manta asks a simple but effective question on the politics behind Apple’s connectors…
- Your body text is too small
After some weeks of experiments I’ve switched back to Independent Publisher as the main theme/template for this weblog.
Even if the WordPress.com version is quite a bit different from the Author’s version I still find it as one of the best – free – plain and honest bloggin’ theme here on the platform. So I’ve switched back to it and customized a little the sidebar. Probably I’ll change the colors/fonts combinations a little more but, if nothing else comes in the way, I’ll stick with it for a while.
Also I do have to make amend for the poor curation of many of the links proposed here without a comment or a word on why I’ve found them worth mentioning them here. This is one area of improvement goals I’ve set myself for the upcoming eleventh year of this blog…
As usual I’m eager to read your comments and ideas, so please share them with me in case!
Italian consultant Francesca Marano in this transcript of her keynote talks about the Do’s and Dont’s on running a not-for-profit multi-author blog for the past 3 years. Instructive.