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Empiricism — The Art of Doing Less to Achieve More

Would you build something no one needs if you know upfront?

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„What did I spend so much effort for?“, he pondered in despair.

Last months he spent most of his days working on this one thing. The work defined these months. A vision is what got him started. He had an idea that could make the life of many people…

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Patrick Schönfeld

Patrick Schönfeld

Improving the chaos called work - one article at a time. Blogging on Medium and my blog chaosverbesserer.de.

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