Founding and growing an industry-transforming company is probably one of the hardest things anyone could ever do. There are no fixed rules or predetermined answers. Your mentors always seem to give you conflicting advice, and the books --- Continue reading
I spent the first several years of my career working for a federal government department in Washington, DC. One of my strongest impressions of that experience is how monotonous everyone’s job was. Rather than encouraging each employee to --- Continue reading
Being a startup founder who is obsessed with my own personal growth, I frequently get sucked into blog posts with titles like “The top 5 traits of all successful entrepreneurs.” These articles tend to cite characteristics such as passio--- Continue reading
If you regularly read entrepreneurial blogs and Twitter feeds, I’d be willing to bet that barely a day goes by that you don’t see some list of “The 50 must-read books for entrepreneurs.” This is on top of all the Amazon recommendati--- Continue reading
I often hear people wondering how a company like Google -- with thousands of the world’s best engineers -- can still have so many bugs in its products.
Are Google’s software developers simply not as good as everyone says they are? --- Continue reading
In the past few years, an increasing body of research has begun emerging related to the finiteness of our decision-making energies. It turns out that the quality of our decisions begins to erode during the course of a typical day, as our fi--- Continue reading