Paul Graham: How to do great work “Once you’ve found something you’re excessively interested in, the next step is to learn enough about it to get you to one of the frontiers of knowledge. Knowledge expands fractally, and from a distance its edges look smooth, but once you learn enough to get close to one, they turn out to be full of gaps.”
Careering life – a fantastic exploration of what it means to be creative at work while growing as a human.
Suzi Quatro & Chris Norman
The things we fear most in organisations – fluctuations, disturbances, imbalances – are the primary sources of creativity. – Meg Wheatley
On writing: A prayer wheel for capitalism
Good work is not enough. “Success is a lagging indicator”
The Miracle Sudoku. Constraints can be beautiful for creativity.