This video is amazing:
A recent Harvard study called The CEO Genome Project was conducted which attempted to understand what made successful CEOs so… well, successful, and what characteristics and behaviors really set them apart.
The too-long, didn’t-read top-line are listed out as these four findings and critical observations:
I’m constantly reminded about how good I’ve got it. I am one seriously privileged individual and I never want to take that for granted.
I was chatting with someone last night about that and how I have a certain level of optionality that many folks do not. This is nothing less than an absolute blessing and much of this was outside of my control.
“Disconcerting” is a word I use a lot.
How do I know? Because my 11-year old has started using it… a lot. Funny how that works.
Here are some pictures of an event he went to and did a livestream unveiling!
This thing is so cool.
When you start anything new you will immediately encounter the reality that you’re relatively terrible at it.
Now, I use the word “relative” because, like most things, your new level of skill is relatively “bad” when compared to others. But, this isn’t the point.
Well, it’s real. And… it’s kind of nuts.
I haven’t had an update about my To-Do List App, George, in over a month! I can’t believe that, especially since I’ve been using it for the last 5-6 weeks!
And the goal of those weeks were to give it a serious run as a personal tool, for my own use, with the explicit intent to discover if I would truly and honestly use it for my own needs.