Mike Rowe on how to generate innovation. Answer: imitate.
Source: Fast Company
People are complex animals and have so many different sides to them. For me, there’s no right answer. It’s a little bit of everything. I mean, in the end, who cares? I just want to live my life the best I can.
Elon Musk sits down with Sarah Lacy of PandoDaily to talk about his adventures in entrepreneurship. I would say along with many that what he is doing is actually trying to improve humanity than just make money. That’s the kind of entrepreneurship I support.
Much respect for Elon and be sure to visit the 38:00 and 48:00 marks.
A conversation with Seth MacFarlane.
As the creator of Family Guy and one of the co-creators of American Dad!, Seth MacFarlane has brought his boundary-pushing brand of humor to millions each week.
At the start of 2012 I figured out what I wanted to do with my skills, my passion, and my desired life.
Prior to attending college in 2007 I dreamed of being an architect. While exploring the scenery I couldn’t help but see buildings as a piece of mankind that helped define how we interact. Thing is I didn’t know until now that “helping define how we interact” is the underlying love I have for what I want to do in my lifetime.
A weakness that I’ve struggled with recently is the ability to fully carry out something and make a mistake. Instead I get in, rethink, and redirect to a coming soon page.
From the bottom of my heart this video highlights what I want to try and accomplish for Resimplify. Not identical, but very similar. Thank you The Verge.
One way or another, I don’t see how I could be doing anything other than writing. It’s the only thing I’ve done in which I’m endlessly engaged.