Polar explorer Tyler Fish sits down with Nate Garvis of Studio/E and they talk about your current means, and moving with what you have.
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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