When asked at an event if he had more to add on the skill – taste gap: I don’t know… That was something that I… Read More »Ira Glass on the skill – taste gap (2): Do it now
I just came across this 2016 blog post from Stonemaier Games – the people behind the beautiful Wingspan, among others. Recommended. Here’s a snippet: Your… Read More »Jamey Stegmaier (Stonemaier Games): Your Idea Brilliant, Your Idea is Worthless
I think the libertarian movement has first of all a revolutionary political agenda – and even if it’s not revolutionary, even if they say “We… Read More »David Deutsch on politics, planning and error correction
Discomfort drives vision I think reality is what prompts our vision. More specifically, reality causes discomfort of some kind, which in turn creates a desire… Read More »What prompts vision for change? What drives us to action? What happens next?
I highly recommend this take on how to build a successful MVP in the service of achieving your mission. Available as a podcast here. It’s… Read More »Resource: A Path to the Minimum Viable Product from Shawn Carolan, via Steve Blank
For those who came in late… Start here. You’re going to need people with a combination of qualities: Commitment to the vision; Integrity; Energy and… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (3) – Finding people
For those who came in late… Start here. The next hard part is working out who pays for the change you’re working for. You do… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (2) – Who pays?
“What’s the hard part?” is the question that everyone on the team should be able to answer… What is the difficult work that, if it… Read More »The Hard Part(s) in small non-profit organisations (1) – Who wants this change?
Tyler Cowen and Patrick Collison have a thing about the speed of scientific progress, and progress and innovation in general. They say the pace of… Read More »Action. Now. Tyler Cowen and Patrick Collison’s FastGrants