Although nearly eight years old, this talk is still eye opening and inspiring. Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership — starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?”
At XWP, a completely remote company, we rely on asynchronous communication and video chats everyday, allowing us to get work done anywhere.
data indicates that the remote-work trend in the U.S. labor force is inexorable
Traveling often throws unexpected challenges and here is the gear I use to overcome those more easily, especially in places with unpredictable weather.Continue Reading...
I always seem to randomly stumble upon Korean artists that I really like. What makes this one different is most of the album is in English.
Discovered this album through Spotify’s Discover Weekly album.
J. Cole really speaks truth in this song and the lyrics are so deep, moving and thought provoking.
Every once in a while I ask one of my Korean friends if he/she knows the meaning of the Korean flag and, more often than not, that person has never learned its symbolism (so I treat is as an educating experience).
The flag itself would most likely meet Roman Mars’ standards for design and, more importantly, its symbolism is quite beautiful.
In short, the red and blue represent opposing cosmic (positive and negative – respectively) forces, and the outer symbols represent the four elements: heaven (air), earth, fire and water.
You can learn more about the South Korean flag here, and I encourage you to learn the meaning of your Nation’s (and localities) flags as well.
I discovered this song while watching Man Up (cute movie) and really enjoy it peaceful melody.
Relationships (all types) are twofold, give and take. If you give nothing, then (by definition) you are merely taking, which is unsustainable.Continue Reading...