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Notes on Life, Creativity and Unconventional Ideas | Thiény K.
What’s your vice? There are few questions less useful to get to know someone than asking them about their values. Regardless of the context, you’re going to hear the Musings & Life
What’s your vice? Musings & Life There are few questions less useful to get to know someone than asking them about their values. Regardless of the context, you’re going to hear the Rent-Free Business & Marketing & Sales & Internet Living in one’s head rent-free is an expression people on the Internet use to mean being obsessed by something. That irritating colleague you 70+ Great Quotes on Life, Human Nature and Creativity Life & Books Interesting quotes are the ones that could be the summary of complex books. They are too brief to teach anything substantially but perfectly suited Culture as a shield: what is “political correctness” for? History & Politics & Internet For weeks during 1572, a brutal mass hysteria led French Catholics to murder any Protestant they would run into. Perhaps up to 30.000 people were Alchemy by Rory Sutherland : Summary, quotes, and notes Books & Marketing & Sales Sutherland’s Alchemy is an insightful exploration of what marketing, advertising, and branding are truly about. It’s a bit messy and all over the Reality and perception Life & Musings The human mind replicates. It reproduces virtual versions of “real” things - people, objects, locations… We conceptualize, we strategize and we act Trends vs Hierarchies, David vs Goliath Business & Marketing & Sales & Life About five years ago, when I was working in a startup incubator, I noticed a strange habit from entrepreneurs. No matter how small their companies How to develop good taste Life & Art & Music If your job involves creative work - whether you write, cook, design, photograph, or compose - good taste is one of the biggest factors of your The Loudness Wars Life & Art & Music & Marketing & Sales “Effective communication will always require some degree of irrationality in its creation because if it’s perfectly rational it becomes, like water, When to give up Life I began a previous version of this post by writing: The cardinal sin of most pieces of advice is to fail to describe the contexts in which they
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