Why We’re Calling It A Day. Well, kinda.
It can be hard to know when to walk away.
After 3+ years, and with a heavy heart, we’re closing the doors to our home.
This article digs into the process we went through and the lessons we learned along the way: from realising something wasn’t quite right, to working to understand it and finally letting it go.
It can be really hard to know when to call time on a project. But when you notice yourself getting worn out by your workload, a step back and a re-think is in order.
“Saying yes to more and more good ideas without dumping some of the earlier commitments invariably leads to a place of compounding complexity. Too many good ideas eventually combine to make one big bad idea.” — Jason Fried
Other big ideas on the blog this month…
The best events have a kind of rhythm, a pattern we’ve noticed where the right people meet in an inspiring place, and are freed up to make big decisions and serendipitous connections.
Find out what happens when 25 purpose-driven people from around the world come together with a shared intention.
Our favourite Alpine mindfulness Guru Sally-Anne offers a practical and simple exercise for creating space in your day. Read once and apply often for a challenging day, a hectic week or even a whole busy life.
Our need for speed is killing creativity, harming the planet and causing founder burnout on an unprecedented scale. We’re proof that there’s another way.
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