The Explorer's Moment: Mindset
The lens through which you see the world, your Mindset defines the stories you tell yourself and constructs your personal sense of reality.
The Explorer's Moment: Enrollment
Enrollment is the method of inviting others to help make your ideas better and move…
The Explorer's Moment: Boundaries
Ideas go nowhere unless you put Boundaries around them. Boundaries are the method that creates clarity and safety when determining what you will invest in your next step -- and what you won’t.
Guy Kawasaki on How Steve Jobs Divided the World
Steve Jobs divided the world into two very different kinds of people: those who are insanely great and those who are sh*tty.
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10 Lessons from Guy Kawasaki’s Book, Wise Guy
There are easily more than 100 pieces of wisdom in this book, and all of it is contextualized by Guy’s practiced storytelling and entertaining life. We suggest reading the book yourself, as his lessons become even more applicable in conjunction with his great stories, but for the purposes of this post we’ve collected 10 of our favorites:
Artist Phil Hansen's Incredible Mindset Shift
Artist Phil Hansen talks about the mindset shift he underwent when he learned about permanent nerve damage in his hand, resulting in a tremor.