— Paulo Mendes da Rocha wrote:
I am not proud of any project I did. I don’t work to be proud, I never think I did the best. I did the best I could.
— Kat Boogaard wrote:
Think you can banish conflict from your team? Think again. The occasional spat or disagreement is normal.
— David Perell wrote:
Our best ideas rarely come alive in busyness. They spring to life in calm and aimless contemplation.
— Shawn Hang wrote:
Expertise is specific and tacit knowledge. Everything that cannot be taught: all the judgment you hone by doing, all the untold stories and relevant data recalled at your fingertips.
— Tim Casasola wrote:
The core idea is to shift your default from sharing finished work to sharing unfinished work, back-of-the-napkin ideas, and lessons you learn on the way.
— David Pierce said:
Walk over to someone’s desk and ask or show something is an underrated feature of work life. And when that’s gone what do we do?
— Jason Lengstorf wrote:
— Sales Notepad wrote:
No one needs permission to learn and build with the internet. It’s free. Those with an online track record will land more opportunities than those with a resume.
— Mikael Cho wrote:
Don’t wait for permission to apply to places you want to work. Every company I know will make room for someone great, even if they aren’t hiring.