A few months ago I was strolling through a fancy shopping area in Hong Kong, when a realisation hit me: I don’t want to buy anything at all! After embarking on a journey into minimalism a few years ago, everything has changed. The least visible benefits are the most important ones. My priorities have changed. My psychology has changed. I no longer feel the consumerist urges to buy things, which feels incredibly liberating.
I’ve been running around with a camera since I was 15. Thousands of hours, and hundreds of thousands of photographs later, I’ve developed (pun intended) quite a knack for it.
But 99,9999% of my photographs end up in the digital darkroom of doom: neatly organised in a folder somewhere on my hard drive. There, my art resides on life support, hidden away from anyone’s eyes to see. How sad. Here I explain why I now have decided give away all my photographs for free – and show your where you can go to download my artwork!
Sharing my story of doubt about putting this blog “out there”.
Where irrational fears and Tall Poppy Syndrome comes from.
How to overcome your irrational fears by scheduling acts of courage to happen on auto-pilot later.
I’ve read about 30 books in the last 3 months alone. This is a guide to consuming a lot of valuable information, even if your calendar already seems to be overflowing with commitments 24/7.
By choosing the right media, finding time and sharing your new knowledge with others, you too can become a voracious reader, without spending all day in the library.
Safe is the new risky, risky is the new safe. We are entering The Fourth Economy, a new economic period – here I explain what that means, why we should care, and what we can do to prepare ourselves for a new era. The rules of work have changed – if we want to thrive going forwards, we too must change.
10 books to kick-start a good life, ranging from personal development to money, relationships, the subtle art of not giving a fuck, and the meaning of life itself.
I’ve always enjoyed visual expressions of creativity. But until recently, photography has monopolised my creative outputs, effectively blocking other creative pursuits from entering the picture (no pun intended). That’s no longer the case. As part of my Year of Learning project, I spent February trying to teach myself the very basics of graphic design. By the time February was over, I … Read More
The Anti-NDA – Why Our Partners Must Sign It, And Why We Need More Of Them Two fine gentlemen from Buenos Aires recently approached us, curious about our experiential entrepreneurship programme Early Stage. About to develop a similar course together with several universities, they wanted to discuss a partnership with us. Early Stage exists to execute a grand vision: to teach … Read More
“Your Business Model Is Like A Yoghurt”, “Make Your Company Schizophrenic”, and 6 other lessons I learned from Alexander Osterwalder last week.
Meta Learning Month: What I Learned From 6 Books About Learning I tried to learn as much as possible about the art of learning during the first month of 2017. Why are we not taught this in school? I wish I’d done this YEARS ago. This was my approach and my key takeaways. My Approach: Consistent Reading When I tried to … Read More
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