You are not your resume. You are the trail you've left behind, the people you've influenced, the work you've done.
I keep stumbling upon this article from 2012, where John Maeda wrote down his rules of leadership formed in 1999 (in digital years basically a lifetime ago). It's a jungle of leadership advice out there, that is why I love this simplicity. For me, that says is all and is still as relevant today.
If you are thinking about working more locally independent ("remote") -- just like me! -- this collection of online tools and software is very handy to get you organized and on the road!
An article on how some companies already managed to move from ancient company success factors and hierarchies to putting its employees' happiness into the center of all activities.
US startup Brandless is kicking the fancy branding and with it the price tag for food and household products (plus any retailer). You basically get everything for 3$. I love this concept, plus the products looks so minimalist-pretty. I feel strongly reminded of Dutch iconic brand Hema a lot, though. Anyone else? (via)
This piece in the wonderful conscious online mag & community tbd. (hey, like-minded partner!) rightfully questions the idea, if the employment models created in the industrial revolution era (8 hour shifts) are still fitting our modern lives. I strongly believe that globalization, taking care of oneself, technology and seeking for purpose call for challenging these concepts and opening the possibilities of employment situations. Applause to everyone brave enough to try out new concepts.
How to give critical feedback with kindness. The ladies from The Muse offering as always modern professional advice.