On September 13th 2020 I posted a question about updating my rule on not watching superhero fare. In the original proposal from 2017 I had included a clause that allowed me to watch any movie that won an Oscar. With HBO’s Watchmen getting a slew of Emmy nominations I wanted to update the rule to include Emmy wins.
I posted four options about updating my policy and the “wildcard option” was the clear winner:
So how to implement this updated rule?
I bet right now, if you thought about it, you could come up with some change that would be great for your team or your project. And I bet you’ve been subconsciously dismissing it because “it’ll never fly” or “management won’t go for it” or “people will think it’s crazy.” And they probably will think it’s crazy, if you just suggest it as a “change”. …
I’ve been a publicly traded person since 2008, and I’ve always called myself the “first” because I hoped more would come after. Today, 12 years later, the prophecy has been fulfilled! Alex Masmej has used cryptocurrency to become the second publicly traded person. I first spoke with Alex when we were both on a panel about personal tokens but thought it was worth following up.
Mike: Let’s start with the basics, who are you? Where do live? What do you do? Give me a little sense of who you are…
Alex: Hi Mike, thanks! I’m Alex Masmej, 23, and I currently live in Paris. I’ve been an entrepreneur in the crypto(currency) space, doing projects on Ethereum (the second biggest blockchain after Bitcoin) for the past year. …
I’m going to find three examples of something that delight me each week. That’s the challenge. Things I would feel comfortable sharing with my mom, even if she might find them a little confusing. I’ll also send them to you if you want.
2. 💿@cd_masterizzato on Instagram (just keep scrolling down…)
3. Lazy Susan by Terri Timely