Finding the balance between choose-your-own-adventure and this-is-how-we-do-it takes intentionality and consistency. If you’ve ever been surprised by “house rules” when playing a board game, you can appreciate how a lack of understanding can be detrimental. Perhaps if you had known the non-traditional rules before starting,… Read More »Where Are the Directions?
Jeff Bezos instilled a principle at Amazon called disagree and commit. The idea is that we can disagree with our opposition, but commit to trying their suggestion. More often than not, they don’t know if their idea will work. Just like we don’t know if… Read More »Taking a Risk on Dissent: How to Disagree and Commit
Social media grew in popularity because it bridged gaps and allowed for nearly any conceivable tribe to find one another in solidarity. Now, we’re wrestling with divisiveness, anger, and mental illnesses all stemming from social media. Why is this? I propose it is because we… Read More »How To Get The Most Out of Social Media
We’re shifting away from social on social media Recently, a number of websites I followed either removed their comments section or announced their intent to do so. Frequently noted as the reason for removal included a lack of engagement, a lack of civility, a change… Read More »Comments are dying