Category: Links

Kanban for Kids & Family – An Easy Guide

I’m doing kanban with my kids because I think it’s an amazing way to bring focus and purpose to what is more often than not a world filled with too much. Too much information. Too much stimulation. Too much stuff....

/ December 31, 2015

How Self-Reliance Usurped Kindness

The most paradoxical part of the story is that for most of our civilizational history, we’ve seen ourselves as fundamentally kind and held kindness as a high ideal of personhood. Only in recent times — in large part thanks to...

/ December 30, 2015

Number One Sign Your Relationship Will Last – Kindness

You begin conversations – especially sensitive ones – as kindly and gently as you would an acquaintance or esteemed co-worker.” – Brianna Wiest, 5 Signs You’re In A Relationship That Will Last – According To Psychology | Thought Catalog Brianna is...

/ December 29, 2015

Punk Rocker Steve Albini on Marriage & Business

“It’s like defining a marriage by the size of the house it occupies as opposed to defining the marriage by the love between two people and the life they build for themselves and the experience they share as part of...

/ December 28, 2015

Merry Christmas from the Edge!

Defining the edges of performance and the promises you make defines who you are and what you do. We live in the middle but we understand at the edges. – Seth Godin, The edges Seth is bringing this insightful thought in the...

/ December 24, 2015

Why We Fall in Love or “All love stories are frustration stories”

This duality of the familiar and the foreign is mirrored in the osmotic relationship between presence and absence, with which every infatuated lover is intimately acquainted — that parallel intensity of longing for our lover’s presence and anguishing in her...

/ December 23, 2015

Googling Erodes Empathy, Especially in Friendships

This attitude can show up in friendship as a lack of empathy. Friendships become things to manage; you have a lot of them, and you come to them with tools. So here is a first step: To reclaim conversation for...

/ December 22, 2015