It has just been announced that TEDx is coming to Doncaster in October 2019. As a big fan of all things TED I am excited by all the opportunities this brings.
The theme has been announced as ‘Beyond Expectations’ and they are currently looking for speakers, stewards and sponsors.
You can find out more here
Looking on good reads it really has mixed reviews. “a life changing book, the type of books that has a powerful, heartfelt,and honest message.” COMPARED TO ‘Take massive action by skipping this book and spending your time on a much better book.’
The 10x rule is a concept which says that whenever you think to achieve something, do 10 times more than you previously thought. just do way more.
honestly, this book could be completely summed up by it’s title: If you put 10x more effort into any project, you will be successful.
A bit cliché, nevertheless, you can apply this leverage to so many areas of your life and in most situations
“Failiure is where all of the lessons are.”
Will Smith is the most successful actor of his generation, grossing in excess of $4 billion for his movies — but it is his business acumen that got him there.
Who doesn’t love a game of Monopoly? Im a big fan and hate loosing but sometimes the strategies I use don’t work? A question I had always wondered was would I play the same stratergy if I was using real money? The following ted talk from Adam Carroll considers exactly this.
Adam Carroll noticed that when playing Monopoly with his children they were bending the rules all the time. “What if they’re playing this way because the money isn’t real?” Carroll explains the concept of financial abstraction, and how our human perception of spending changes when the idea of money becomes more or less real.
His case study: a do-over game of Monopoly with his kids, this time using real money.
One of the proejcts I am currently working on is establishing a Start up lab.
I have a fasicanaiton with creating projects and things. I have planned out the full set up and just waiting for the time to get it all.
Then allowing entrepershus to use the equpment and seek mentoring and advice. Allowing for