In Dale Carnegie’s book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, he has these single-sentence directives that conclude each chapter. I’m sure like many others, I really find these directives very effective and to the point. They remind me of a series of blog posts by Derek Sivers: https://sivers.org/d1 I thought I would just organise […]Read More Dale Carnegie’s Principles
I recently watched a video from the University of Sydney’s ‘About Music, Lecture Series’ called ‘Engaging With Korean Rhythmic Tradition.’ The lecture was by well respected Australian jazz drummer, Simon Barker. Simon has a PhD in Music Studies and is a lecturer in Jazz Studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He is a renown […]Read More Simon Barker’s Australian Drumming
The Year Without Pants tells a great story of an unconventional employee working for an unconventional company. Scott Berkun, a professional writer, had given some advice to his friend, Matt Mullenweg, about Matt’s company, Automattic. The advice was to group his employees into teams, each with a team lead. Up until then, every member of […]Read More The Year Without Pants by Scott Berkun/The Tim Ferriss Show Episode 61: Matt Mullenweg, The Benevolent Dictator of the Internet
Learning to touch-type properly is a great way to increase your per-hour output (if you are a person who uses a computer that is), and typing.com is a great website that teaches you to touch-type, and allows you to practice and continue to increase your typing speed and accuracy. Signing up for a free account […]Read More Typing.com
I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for a long time but I always stop somewhere in the early planning stage.Read More Ready. Fire. Aim.