The tree emoji celebrates the patient and generous acts of planting seeds, watering them, caring for them, and then, in a generation, you have a tree.
Simple growth. With patience. (I prefer the deciduous tree instead of the evergreen, because the leaves coming in and falling off are part of the deal).
Put me down for the tree emoji.
Seth’s Blog: In defence of the tree emoji, May 9, 2017, at 01:10 AM
We get what we invest in. The time we spend comes back, with interest.
The difference between who you are now and who you were five years ago is largely due to how you’ve spent your time along the way.
The habits we groove become who we are, one minute at a time. A small thing, repeated, is not a small thing.
Seth’s Blog: Who are we seeking to become? – April 26, 2017, at 12:20 PM
There are very few fences that can stop a determined person (or dog, for that matter).
Most of the time, the fence is merely a visual reminder that we’re rewarded for complying.
Seth’s Blog: The invisible fence, April 4, 2017 at 11:24 AM
Continue reading Fences are in head, not on the ground
Seth on how you lose customers – rarely with a bang, usually as a slow trickle, quietly moving away on realising your little slips.
No one will say anything, no one will put up a fuss, until one day, they’re gone. Those extra few dollars you made with some fancy footwork have now cost you tens of thousands of dollars in lost value.
Seth’s Blog: Nickels and dimes are worth less than that, March 29, 2017, at 12:18 PM
It is never universal. Good taste is tribal, not widespread.
It’s momentary. The definition changes over time.
And it’s aspirational. When we encounter good taste, it makes us feel as though we can and will be better.
Seth’s Blog: Good taste, January 7, 2017 at 04:14PM
When everyone is in favor…
It’s almost certain that there’s confusion about what’s being decided.
Seth’s Blog: When everyone is in favor…, December 26, 2016 at 02:45AM
Everyone has a bias, because that’s the only way to survive in a world where we have insufficient information.
Seth’s Blog: We are all biased, December 21, 2016 at 11:09AM
When our bias keeps us from exploring options that will move us forward, it needs to be replaced.
When our bias cripples a society we care about,
when it gets in the way of fairness, it must be re-examined.