It all starts and ends at the most human level.
Last week one of the most innovative, conscientious and broadly imitated consumer brands posted an unusual message on the home screen of their app: “It’s time to say goodbye."
The effectiveness of these tactics is only multiplied by the fact that very few people take the time and conscientious forethought to do these things.
It’s remarkably easy to use and misuse the term “innovation” in business. So, with that in mind, here are a few relevant musings on innovation and its opportunity toward purpose.
Inspiring space, above all, is to foster community and togetherness. And the result of togetherness is continuity and a more effective team.
It's no longer unique to buy big-brand or globalized products. Instead, they want locally grown, artisan-produced, small-bath and transparently sourced.
Whether you've done it before or not, we all know gardening requires getting your hands dirty. There is no way around it, and any moderately serious gardener would tell you they’d have it no other way.
We often hear the phrase, “Follow your dreams." Media, movies, and well-intended parents promote this idea incessantly. Reach for the stars, you can do anything you put your mind to, do what makes you happy, follow your dreams. However you want to phrase it, it's everywhere.
Part 2 in our series on Building A Culture That Lasts.
Don't just talk about it, be about it. Today kicks off our series on how to build a culture your proud of and which lasts the trials and tests of time.
Jim Collins and Seth Godin weigh in on bringing structure without losing your entrepreneurial grittiness as you grow.