Being superficially considerate

We may try to do what we think is best for someone else, but not realize that this might actually be imposing our assumptions onto them. Derek Sivers put it succinctly as: Being superficially considerate can be inconsiderate. Doing the opposite can actually be more considerate, which Derek has coined “meta-considerate”. So, instead of putting……

Analog(ue) vs Digital Living

I don’t know if you are regular/avid listeners of the Focused podcast, but the last episode was utter gold in my books. It was all about their use of calendars and really simplifying and personalizing organization and productivity stuff. I especially liked how they are using a mixture of analog wall calendars and paper journals……

Why Thinking in Public

Thoughts come and go. I try to write down many of them. I tell my dear wife, son, friends and family ad nauseam of my latest ponderings. I have developed complex digital systems to quickly capture interesting things I find on the internet, in print publications, podcasts, etc., add my own interpretations and save to……