You may know Matt Cutts primarily from his work at Google, where he takes care about search optimization. This talk however, which he held during Google I/O 2011 Ignite talks introduces his 30 day concept: Do or skip something for the next 30 days – because “the 30 days will pass so or so”. While his presentation skills are not astonishing – his topic surely is! Did you take a 30 day project? Leave a comment what it is about and how it worked out!
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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 …
I usually spend a several hours per days on my computers. Since I’m kanooing I have no back problems, but still sitting hour by hour in a traditional office chair feels uncomfortable after a while. Recently Google just bypassed me an adverticement for a barstool called Stitz, which I decided to investigate a little deeper. The Stitz is produced by a german company called Wilkhahn and is an unusual height adjustable barstool and was develobed by Hans Roericht.
With Stitz Hans increases the movement freedom of its user by several axis.
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. …