Don’t ever mistake my silence for ignorance, my calmness for acceptance or my kindness for weakness. Compassion and tolerance are not a sign of weakness, but a sign of strength.—Dalai Lama
This is a really nice typographic illustration from Emiliano Aranguren on Edison’s “Vision without execution is hallucination.”
From the book Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin, a team’s success (or that of an entire business) will not be based on what you preach but rather on what you tolerate.
In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words: People, Product and Profits. — Lee Iacocca
If you plant a seed, water it for a few days and then stop, what’s the point?
A not-so-gentle reminder that procrastination left unchecked slowly destroys one’s life. Small errors in judgment (putting easy things off until tomorrow), lead to a life of regret.
I was unable to find these words strung together using Google: “A brainstorm derailed my train of thought into a stream of consciousness.” My thoughts get derailed quite frequently these days…
It is all too easy to succumb to the lure of Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS) when the true path is always laser focus on one’s vision.
I really love this image of Atlas carrying an Enso. Does anyone know the artist?
For fun, just installed Free Pascal, the GDB debugger and Lazarus 1.6.0 onto my Mac. First I downloaded and installed, fpc-3.0.0.intel-macosx.dmg, fpcsrc-3.0.0-20151207-macosx.dmg, and lazarus-1.6.i686-macoxs.dmg from SourceForge.net. When initially launching Lazarus, the GDB debugger could not be found. The best guide for installing GDB on OS X (which works for El Capitan) was from Neil Traft […]