This is a fascinating article about Elon Musk’s SpaceX project.
NASA took notice. The successful fourth launch was enough evidence for them that SpaceX was worth trusting, and at the end of 2008, NASA called Musk and told him they wanted to offer SpaceX a $1.6 billion contract to make 12 deliveries for them to the ISS.
This is a great article about work-life balance and gender equality.
You could see our departure as the triumph of egalitarianism, and in a way it was. I don’t think my father would have given up a tenure-track job for my mother. But in my marriage the decision came down to brute economics: My wife was going to make double what I made.
This is an interesting article about hiring.
I am not hating on HR people because I am one. I am inviting HR folks and recruiters to rise up to their human state and stop insulting the talented people who come to job interviews at their firms.
This is a great post about personal development.
Better, I think, to decide what’s important, what needs to change, what’s worth accomplishing. And then ignore all comparisons that don’t relate.
This is an insightful podcast by Todd Henry about creating space between your tasks.
If you try to go full out, full boar, nose to the grind stone, twenty-four seven, over the course of time you will eventually wear out. And you may be prolific and you may be brilliant but if you are not healthy, if you’re not sustainable, you eventually lose prolific and brilliant as well.
A good post about making mistakes and the important ones to avoid.
Here is a snippet:
Let me say it another way.
It’s not about you, it’s about who you help.
This is a good article about company turnarounds.
Just over ten years ago, Burberry’s famous check design was banned in pubs and clubs from Aberdeen to Leicester for its association with hooliganism. Today, the company boasts brand ambassadors including Emma Watson and Cara Delevingne. What’s behind the transformation?