Enjoy this wondeful video focusing work-life balance. Especially for the early spring, when the weather invites you to enjoy the wonderful weather.
Let us focus onto e-mail. Do you know, that the average user has send 36 and received 74 e-mails per day in 2010 ? That are 110 e-mails per day. How often are you calling someone per phone on a regular day? It seams to be a good idea, to review our e-mail skills to save some extra time, right?
We start with some basic rules for writing e-mails. Next we focus on optimising your daily e-mail workflow with tips and a list of helpfull e-mail client extensions, that will help you to make your daily e-mail work faster.
Recent talks with colleges, friends and meet ups uncovered an astonishing fact: Lot feel pressure in work. When further questioning possible causes for this pressure lot figured out that it does not concentrate on working tasks but in fact even appears in spare time. But if the root of this pressure is not only a work overload, lets have a look to an alternative cause. A plausible point may be a inapropriate time management. In my talks we figured out, that most of them have either no concrete time management …
Analyzing the impact of motivational elements researchers have figured out some tremendous results. These result point out that higher bonuses do not encourage better results. Instead other aspects like autonomy, mastery and purpose should be seen as most essential aspects, at least as the money-factor is of the table. Have a look to this amazing summarrizing talk in combination with this estetic visualisation.
Neil Postman, until his death in 2003, a well accepted Communication- and Mediatheorist at New York University has published back in 1985 his book “Amusing Ourselves to Death”. The following talk of “Technology and Society” handels the discussion of “How to remain saint in a furious speeded up technological society?”
What is the problem to which a particular technology is a solution?
Who’s problem is it? Who will benefit from a technology and who will pay for it?
Suppose we solve this decisively problem, what new problems may be created by solved the …
Steve Jurvetson -(Draper Fisher Jurvetson)
Looking for: Passionate enterpreneurs with unique ideas and the plan and desire to change the world
“Why does a startup and vc firms exist?”
Economy development has no meaningful influence to the development of Technology (as Moores Law)
Exponential vs. linear presentation
Artificial evolution – Daniel Hillis
“The next 20 years of technology change will be equivalent to the last 100 years.” Ray Kurzweil ->Shorter Forecats Horizons, Perpetual future shock
“The Future is primarly driven by unpredictable events” Nassim Nicolas Taleb
“If everyone thinks your idea is good – its propably not a …
A few people within the coporate and finance world gain constantly more and more power – by optimisation.
The top 50 financial institutions own a third of worlds assets nowadays. Listen why.
Rothkopfs interesting Book: Superclass
Randy Komisar -( Kleiner Perkins )
“Social Web was the first time I felt old” 57.30
Startups Plan A most times fail – better take a plan B!
Measure, experiment, reinvent yourself.
Define the problem. Collect analogs and antilogs. Correctly define leaps of fate – they help you focus.
Escelation of commitment – remeasure the dashboard regularly
Flexible rethink/extend ideas to the big idea based on remeasurements
Core Element: Failures are not personalized in th valley. Excepting failures -> enabling innovation.
Get ask your customers + collect contextual information come to your decision.
Get Investment: Proove that it works. …