Who need to read this book? People who have the interest to simple design, technology, and life. What did it tell me? Modern humans are looking for a simpler way of living. With the rapid development of technology, our world is (uncomfortably) full. These days, people not just buy, but love, designs that can make … Continue reading Laws of Simplicity: Subtract the obvious, add meaning.
Rope: Murder is wrong, right?
What is it about? Just before hosting a dinner party, Philip Morgan (Farley Granger) and Brandon Shaw (John Dall) strangle a mutual friend to death with a piece of rope, purely as a Nietzsche-inspired philosophical exercise. Hiding the body in a chest upon which they then arrange a buffet dinner, the pair welcomes their guests, … Continue reading Rope: Murder is wrong, right?
Fountainhead: A lonely path of integrity
What is it about? The film and novel are concerned with the life of Howard Roark, an individualistic young architect who chooses to struggle in obscurity rather than compromise his artistic and personal vision, following his battle to practice what the public sees as modern architecture, which he believes to be superior, despite resistance from a … Continue reading Fountainhead: A lonely path of integrity
Manipulate vs. Inspire
A follow-up article from “Four reasons why you always start with why, from Simon Sinek” As discussed in the previous writings, having more loyal fans will benefit the businesses in the long run. Those benefits are: A big amount of influence Having the most loyal followers (as customers and as employees) More innovative More profitable … Continue reading Manipulate vs. Inspire
The Law of Diffusion of Innovation
Follow-up article from "Four reasons why you always start with why, from Simon Sinek" Leaders become leaders because they have followers. Great leaders not just have followers, they have hardcore fans who believe in what they believe. These type of fans will sacrifice anything (e.g., blood, tears, sweat, money, time) to make sure the idea … Continue reading The Law of Diffusion of Innovation
Four reasons why you always start with WHY, from Simon Sinek
This writing is for people who want to be a leader. Whether you are starting your own business or helping other with their businesses, you definitely want to lead. Because, by being great leaders you will win (i.e., able to influence more people, having loyal followers, gain more profits, and sustaining all of those benefits … Continue reading Four reasons why you always start with WHY, from Simon Sinek