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Common Sense

Why sophistication is a flawed proposition

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It could have read, Under Construction.

 

Profoundly simple, simply profound.

Yes, in a prefect world.

But perfect it ain’t.

However, this sentiment remains true in my opinion…

The simpler the insight, the more profound the learning.

 

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No really

Eliminate vacation

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(photo: How many people in how many towns… hate their job)

What if instead of dreaming about our next vacation, we lived in such a way that there was nothing to escape from?

Most people secretly hate their jobs.

Most, not all.

But still, most.

Live like you mean it.

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It's Not Over Rated

The Thought Of Idea Leadership Is Compelling

Idea leadership leaves no trace. In nature this is good. In business, not so much.

I believe there’s this thing called idea leadership, but it’s either extinct because people got tired of deep thinking, or it strangely appears new because it’s so hard to find, rare even.

The paradox? The risk involved to embrace idea leadership either kills it on the vine from fear, or catapults it forward with unstoppable force from indomitable will.

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Abundance Seth Godin?

Abundance and Seth Godin?  At the risk of having you leave jungle jeff and never come back, I’d like to share access to Seth Godin’s brand new eBook, What Matters Now.

It’s free, click here to download the PDF.

I’m copying the bulk of Seth Godin’s email blog post from yesterday, for your convenience:

“Now, more than ever, we need to shake things up.

Now, more than ever, we need a different way of thinking, a useful way to focus and the energy to turn the game around. I hope a new ebook I’ve organized will get you started on that path. It took months, but I think you’ll find it worth it the effort.

Here are more than seventy big thinkers, each sharing an idea for you to think about as we head into the new year. From bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert to brilliant tech thinker Kevin Kelly, from publisher Tim O’Reilly to radio host Dave Ramsey, there are some important people riffing about important ideas here. The ebook includes Tom Peters, Jackie Huba and Jason Fried, along with Gina Trapani, Bill Taylor and Alan Webber.

Here’s the deal: it’s free. Download it here. Or from any of the many sites around the web that areposting it with insightful commentary. Tweet it, email it, post it on your own site. I think it might befun to make up your own riff and post it on your blog or online profile as well. It’s a good exercise. Can we get this in the hands of 5 million people? You can find an easy to use version on Scribd as well. Please share.”