Either They agree with everything you say Or They disagree with everything you say
Maybe one day I'll hang this list in the waiting room of my clinic: I can't cure your cold I can't give you antibiotics for your cold I can't give you antibiotics for your flu I can't give you antibiotics for your diarrhoea of two days I can't give you antibiotics for sinus congestion I… Continue reading Things Your Doctor Can’t Do…
Introduction Second order thinking is hard. It's not a natural way of thinking. First order thinking refers to the most simplistic method of analysis. You can think of it as a form of thinking that most people engage in. As most people have the same thoughts, which are automatic and go without any questioning, they… Continue reading Second Order Discovery
That photo above used to be one of the most valuable commodities in the world. Land. Most people used to work in agriculture; growing and harvesting crops. This type of physical labor was the main source of employment less than a hundred years ago. Soon after World War II, things began to change. Quite suddenly… Continue reading What Is Your Mind Worth?
Over time I've found that writing thoughts down really allows you to flesh things out and follow things through to their logical conclusion. I suppose this blog itself is a form of catharsis and mental experimentation. It can sometimes be upsetting looking back at blog posts and realising that certain topics have been touched upon… Continue reading Keep Writing
"Do you think I'm patient?", I asked my girlfriend. She looked at me, smirked and looked away. I could tell that she was trying to hold back a laugh. For most of my childhood and adolescence I was under the impression that I was impatient. I suppose I had most of the characteristics of being… Continue reading Be Patient!! (??)
When I first started my company as a non-technical founder I would often hear the phrase "your code is not your business". At first I used to nod along. It seemed obvious to me that customers don't pay just for your app, they pay for customer support, for expertise in the field, to solve a… Continue reading Your Code Is Not Your Business