Newsletter Nº73

Time management gurus rarely stop to ask whether the task of merely staying afloat in the modern economy – holding down a job, paying the mortgage, being a good-enough parent – really ought to require rendering ourselves inhumanly efficient in the first place.   More below...

Newsletter Nº72

I’ve never been one for New Year resolutions. I have, however, always been one for constantly iterating on approaches to getting more done each day. That’s why David Hieatt’s article below in the Startups section caught my eye.   More below...

Newsletter Nº71

Two kinds of winning According to Seth Godin, Some can only win when others lose. Others seek to win by helping others succeed. One of these approaches scales far better than the other. I love this because it can apply to cycling too! #whenindoubtleaditout   More below...

Newsletter Nº70

On Wednesday nights, I break my #earlytobedearlytoshred routine and take the time to dive into accumulated Pocket bookmarks, a folder of auto-archived newsletters like those from people like: James, Ross, Azeem, Kristel & Celine, Nalden & Joachim.   More below...

Newsletter Nº69

🎉 We’re celebrating tonight! 🎉 Come by our office & enjoy some delicious food by PintXo & refreshing à BLOC beers. Not mention rub shoulders with many of the awesome people that make the companies Amsterdam & beyond’s startup & cycling scenes excel. Gonna be...

Newsletter Nº68

🍴 You are what you eat.🍴 Well, unless you’re stressed. We scarf cropboxes almost daily at the office but the reality is… Stress Can Override Benefits Of Healthful Eating.   More below...

Newsletter Nº67

The Gospel of Philip is one of the Gnostic Gospels, a text of New Testament Apocrypha, dated to around the 3rd century but lost in modern times until an Egyptian man rediscovered it by accident, buried in a cave near Nag Hammadi, in 1945. I...

Newsletter Nº65

Today was a bummer day of disbelief for most everyone I know. It seems that an alarming percentage America has fallen victim to the illusion of truth.   More below...

Newsletter Nº64

Andrew Wilkinson of MetaLab wrote a post on Medium a little over a week ago called Skateboard, Bike, Car. (Do cars really need to be the next level? ; )) This guy's post on the history of the bicycle as a better analogy for agile...