Why Successful People Take 10 Years to 'Succeed Overnight'.
"There's a reason this 10-years-to-overnight-success pattern shows up over and over. And it's not just about working hard over a long period of time." Read MoreWhy Is Everything More Expensive Right Now? Let This Stuffed Giraffe Explain.
"Jani, a 4-foot plush giraffe, arrived on my doorstep in mid-July, her neck bent backwards so that she could fit in the FedEx box, her brown eyes glassy, as if still finding her bearings after a long journey at sea.
What a journey it had been. Viahart, the company that sells Jani on Amazon, had ordered a container’s worth of plush toys including her in August of last year. This was around the time that U.S. consumers, cooped up at home, started spending again after an initial dip in the beginning of the pandemic. And as the demand for toys and TVs and couches rose, the ships and trains and trucks carrying them got overwhelmed and added hefty congestion surcharges. That made it much more expensive to get Jani to my doorstep." Read moreWhat to learn.
"If you watch an anime or a TV series "about" fighting, people often improve by increasing the number of techniques they know because that's an easy thing to depict but, in real life, getting better at techniques you already know is often more effective than having a portfolio of hundreds of "moves". Read moreHow Flow Saved a Chef.
A renowned New York restaurateur on using flow to run his business, make decisions, and guide his life. Read more