The following are thoughts about a series of Seth Godin’s blog posts.
About “Lucky charms”
Fuck luck. Just dig in and do the work.
Here’s a link to the source.
Ever get the feeling that there are so many apps and other sparkly thangs out there, that we’re being (almost deliberately) distracted to the point where no one is actually consuming what we create. Or we’re spending more time figuring out the latest social medium or life hack than we are creating our work.
BTW, I picked the above photo, because I couldn’t find a decent one for free that expressed the concept of antitrust law. Frankly, the creators of those laws (which date back to the late 19th century) could never have foreseen the manner in which commerce is conducted today.
And nowhere is the problem summed up better than in Lina Khan’s law review article on Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox. Khan, who has since been appointed head of the Federal Trade Commission, lays it all out very logically. But if you simply don’t want to read it, you should watch this video.
It pretty much says the same thing she did. (And I did. More than ten years ago.)
Hi. Well, let’s see, it’s the end of the year. And so what I want to do is start establishing some new habits. Now it’s interesting that this coincides with the end of the year, because I always say, I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions and I don’t, but I do believe that you can change at any time.
Here are more of the lessons I’ve taken from reading Seth Godin’s blog.