Tina Roth Eisenberg: Don’t Complain, Create.
What’s your superpower + be honest with yourself and unreasonable.
Corporations in the Age of Inequality
Economic inequality is also driven by companies – the economic divide within a company is smaller than among different corporations. It’s a society of winner takes most, not just votes but also pay and hence doesn’t just leave individuals, but clusters of people within companies behind.
The Real Roots of Populism
It’s not the economy: Scholars find cultural issues better predict support for populist parties.
Thoughts: Cultural backlash is a stronger driver of the insidious populism than economic drivers. That is people feel threatened by the other, different, more educated, urban, foreign person than by their economic differences.
21 Industries Other Than Auto That Driverless Cars Could Turn Upside Down
Fast food, real estate, hotels, and airlines âÂ many large industries will have to shift their strategies in the wake of driverless cars.
“Without great solitude, no serious work is possible.” — Pablo Picasso
Success, failure and the drive to keep creating
Elizabeth Gilbert was once an “unpublished diner waitress,” devastated by rejection letters. And yet, in the wake of the success of ‘Eat, Pray, Love,’ she found herself identifying strongly with her former self. With beautiful insight, Gilbert reflects on why success can be as disorienting as failure and offers a simple – though hard – way to carry on, regardless of outcomes.
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” — Max Planck
Books I read
- Zero to One
- Smarter Faster Better
- Smarter. Faster. Better
Things I did
Independent Art Fair
Thought: So much stuff, old, new, timely, boring, curious, behind walls, closed doors and a $25 ticket. Photos
- stackoverflow.com survey/2017
- The 2 Mental Shifts Highly Successful People Make
- Listening to your gut and finding your way