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The Road Not Taken

The Road Not Taken

(Source: Wikipedia)

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A great insight into risk-taking. It relates to taking risks where there is a relationship between:
1. HOPE;
2. REALITY; and
3. DECISION-MAKING

REALITY without HOPE is depressing.
HOPE without REALITY is naive and all too often destructive.
HOPE without DECISION-MAKING is HOPELESS

Without HOPE we can not conceive a better future.
Without REALITY we cannot start towards a better future.
Without DECISION-MAKING we cannot achieve better future.

Tony Groom in a comment on “How to Make Risk Your Friend”
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Ice Cream Butterfat Calculator
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5 Ways To Make Any Piece Of Tech Sexy
By Dan Ostrower, fastcodesign.com
As companies move their sophisticated technologies from industry into the broader market, they need to take their design cues from consumer products.Recent­ly, I met with a senior man­ag­er of a busi­ness that builds very unsexy hand­held…

5 Ways To Make Any Piece Of Tech Sexy
By Dan Ostrower, fastcodesign.com

As companies move their sophisticated technologies from industry into the broader market, they need to take their design cues from consumer products.

Recent­ly, I met with a senior man­ag­er of a busi­ness that builds very unsexy hand­held…

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"This is fucking awesome!", MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS - THRIFT SHOP FEAT. WANZ (OFFICIAL VIDEO) (by Ryan Lewis)

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[The word process] immediately conjures up images of bureaucracy and slowness and decisions by committee—all things associated with bad management.
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ilovecharts:


Time travel in movies

ilovecharts:

Time travel in movies

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Green Onions - Booker T. & The MG’s (by hodman57)

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Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to what I call “the clarity paradox,” which can be summed up in four predictable phases:

Phase 1: When we really have clarity of purpose, it leads to success.
Phase 2: When we have success, it leads to more options and opportunities.
Phase 3: When we have increased options and opportunities, it leads to diffused efforts.
Phase 4: Diffused efforts undermine the very clarity that led to our success in the first place.

Curiously, and overstating the point in order to make it, success is a catalyst for failure.