IMHO there are fundamentally two ways to think about the value of ones time. realised value (cashflow here and now) & expected gains (what you aim to achieve) based on ones vocation. i think about this in the following framework: realised value (eg: your salary) is a lagging indicator (almost always)therefore, in the moment, always … Continue reading value of time
abridged thoughts on how to excel at Corporate Development did a podcast with my friends at IVM Podcasts on this a few months ago. cheers!
their feedback helps you hone you message & your work startups and innovators encounter skeptics on a daily basis. most of them like to point at the umpteen shortcomings of your concept (or solution) and how the status-quo or the 800-pound gorilla in your field is better. i am certain you are thinking “trying to create … Continue reading talk to your skeptics
its not about choosing the defaults Each of us typically make one or two big decisions about our lives every so often. For example, which career to choose? whether to buy a house or not? finding a life partner, or deciding where to take a big vacation. The implications of each of these choices is varied, … Continue reading Making big decisions
I often find myself deeply confused and unclear about navigating life and career decisions. These may range from simple things such as whether to take on a project at work?, or broader questions such as what geography do I want to be in 10 years from now? No matter what the question, it is quite … Continue reading Mentors – your aides in career navigation