Some people are fascinated by the past and enjoy reflecting on and learning about everything that has occurred up until the present time (possibly thinking… Read More »Are You Living in The Past or The Future?
I have spent the better part of the past few years advocating for goods and services that cater to the inherent slothfulness in all human… Read More »Are We Ready To Give Up Agency To Save Time?
There are still some tasks that can only be accomplished by people. I remember going to Yahoo! back in 1995, just before everything exploded here… Read More »How To Use Humans And Machines To Perfect Curation
According to Wikipedia, the idea of just-in-time only appears in three contexts: just-in-time manufacturing, a production strategy in which things are built as they are… Read More »The Future Is Just-in-Time-Person-and-Place
I’ve started my own businesses, worked for tiny businesses, large businesses, and firms in the middle ground, and I’ve also held positions at organizations of… Read More »Prepare Yourself to Be Disrupted by Opening Your Mind
Recently, there was a story about an AI model that used 4chan to learn behaviors. Needless to say, the AI it created was pretty horrible.… Read More »Why AI Models Turn Out Bad: Its Our Fault
I recently returned from a week in Palm Springs. Being a digital nomad, I find that I can work from anywhere in the world. Still,… Read More »Timidity Rules: Its Time To Make The World Bold Again
Today we’re talking about mimetic theory. It’s an interesting philosophy that I only just came across. When I first heard the name, it had to… Read More »Stop Copying Me: Desire And Design Thinking
Recently, the mask ban has been lifted in California for vaccinated people – yet still wherever you go and whoever you see – there is… Read More »The Past: Great Risks Led To Great Rewards. Today, We Take No Risks. Should We Get Any Rewards?
Recently, I had Jake Jorgovan of Lead Cookie and Content Allies on my show to discuss his business building framework. Jake is a serial entrepreneur… Read More »Innovation Versus Profit: Its Not A Zero Sum Game
Have you ever noticed that almost everything in our world ends up in two camps? Democrat or Republican, Liberal or Conservative, Jeep or Bronco, Black… Read More »Reality Is Non-binary: Humans Are More Complex Than You Think
Our world is rife with many examples of unintended consequences. Is it really possible that most people don’t think about the far-reaching effects of their… Read More »Use Foresight To Stop Cold The Disaster Of Unintended Consequences
There’s that famous saying again – when you are trying to start a new process, create a new product or service and are unsure of… Read More »Is It Still Easier To Ask For Forgiveness Than Permission?
One of my favorite writers is Dan Ariely, who wrote Predictably Irrational and The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty. The major theme of both of these… Read More »Discovering That Your Customers Always Lie To Your Face