It’s important because it might fail

It’s important because it might fail

Aug. 21, 2014 by

“If you’re doing something that might not work, then you’re doing something important.” – Seth Godin I love that quote. It means most of us who are using our time and energy aren’t really working on something important. We are conditioned

Nature: “I’m going to get my way”

Nature: “I’m going to get my way”

Aug. 14, 2014 by

I haven’t held a job or “earned a living” in nearly 5 years. Instead, I’ve founded or co-founded multiple startups while running Copiosis mostly full time. This has allowed me to “check out” on mainstream, corporate life: the hustle, the pace,

Why anger can’t create lasting change

Why anger can’t create lasting change

Aug. 11, 2014 by

I recently attended, only briefly, a”$15 minimum wage” rally near my home in Portland. About 65 people showed up. They were of various backgrounds and age groups, but most of them represented the working class. What they also shared was an anger towards

How not to do it

How not to do it

Aug. 4, 2014 by

Good golly. They got so close. Those focusing on systemic change often point to Northern Europe for evidence that change is possible. Sometimes evidence from Northern Europe teaches a better lesson: how to not do it. While Icelanders approved their crowdsourced