1 idea, 60 seconds, daily to spur action towards doing our best work, creating a thriving culture, and living meaningfully

You might be wrong

You might be wrong and that’s okay.

You should try anyways, because then you’ll know:

You’ll know if it works (or kinda works).

You’ll know if it doesn’t work.

With each new attempt comes new observations.

With each new observation, your intuitions will subtly shift — you’ll be slightly wiser, sharper, and more capable.

Double down on your hunches and test all possibilities — it’s the only way to create new and helpful things.

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Taiwanese American, daily blogger of ideas about impactful work in service of others, photographer (ephemera.photography)

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Taiwanese American, daily blogger of ideas about impactful work in service of others, photographer (ephemera.photography)

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