The Same Kind Of Average

In school or university, most people are average (by definition) and most people want to be like each other. Interestingly enough most people who go out and accomplish big things aren't necessarily below average, average or even above average when compared to other people in a traditional setting. The difference is that these people don't… Continue reading The Same Kind Of Average

“All Views Are My Own” (Yeah, Right!)

A heuristic;  Anyone that has written "All views are my own", on their Twitter account or blog (or anywhere for that matter) has nothing original to say. If they've put this as a headline on their account then by definition it means that they are worried what other people think - usually because that person… Continue reading “All Views Are My Own” (Yeah, Right!)

Meta Problems

Entrepreneurs solve problems the thinking goes. What's not often talked about though is that solving a big problem often entails having to fix a bunch of smaller "meta problems". If you ask people what Uber does, most would say it's an app to order a taxi.  Sure it is, but Uber also solves a bunch… Continue reading Meta Problems

Hater’s Gonna’ Hate

There's something repulsive about professional critics.  Whether it's a music critic or a food critic I hate them. I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. There's something obscene about a creator busting their ass off to make something special, only to be judged and critiqued by a no good for nothing… Continue reading Hater’s Gonna’ Hate

The View From The Top

In Greek mythology Gaia was the Goddess of the Earth and the mother of all creation. Imagine someone born on top of a mountain (let's call these types "Bureaucrats"), unable to get down (possibly because they need to keep paying for the mortgage they can't really afford or the car they shouldn't have leased). Their… Continue reading The View From The Top