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Stuff around developing small software businesses

Questions worth considering AI generation tool Do bear in mind just because something can be done with AI quickly, it doesn’t mean it’s the right tool People that talk about Entrepreneurship Latest products + trends These are websites that can be useful to look for trends and inspiration, maybe tool X is used for restaurants […]

Asking great questions

https://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2021/06/how-do-you-ask-good-questions.html I have a few tips for asking better questions: 1. Highly specific questions are better on average. 2. It is often better to preface a question with a confession of some sort, or with information from yourself. That sets a standard for the respondent. Set that standard high! 3. Demonstrate credibly that you are […]

A missing piece from investment platforms? A new idea?

Or maybe I just haven’t found the app/service I have in mind yet… I’ve casually invested in stocks and shares for a number of years now, never anything big and only on companies I know. Like everyone else, I simply want my money to grow that little bit more. I’ve used a handful of platforms […]

Surprises from launching UXstamps.com

I actually had the idea for UXstamps more than a year ago. I was in London at the time and shared the idea with a few mates, the response was “OK”, no excitement, no drama. Still, I went ahead and got a prototype done via Taobao.com. What came back was a rather ugly bulky 3d printed […]

Weekly top 5 #69 – The last newsletter for now (With a lot of interesting links)

    As much as I enjoy writing these email newsletters to, as helpful as it as been as an exercise in processing and write down my thinkings, curating content and journals my weeks. There is something now much more important for me to focus my energy on, my daughter. This little “angel/monster” is now my everything, […]

Weekly Top 5 #68 – Apple Cider Vinegar, Privacy and Death

  One Concern: On Privacy Do you pay any attention to your own privacy and security? Well, I think you should even if you feel you have nothing to hide. I rather like this quote “If you give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest of men, I will find something in […]

Weekly Top 5 #67 – Reality, I told you so and Reflexology

  One Product: Everlasting Paper Have you heard of the notebook that you can MICROWAVE to erase and start fresh? Well, this is an even cooler product from the same folks, simply wipe everything off with wet wipes and you have a fresh notebook. Pretty clever stuff, currently on Kickstarter with just 12 days to […]

#66 – Anxiety, Hong Kong and Fake News

  One Product: Modular kids bike Infento is a modular lego like kits for making an assortment of bikes, scooters and tricycle for various ages. I love the idea it is something that can change and adapt with a child. Space is so limited in HK and this provides one type of solution. I also imagine […]

#65 – Cognitive Bias, Survival and Read it later

  One Infographic: Cognitive Bias What an awesome, informative and beautifully designed infographic on cognitive bias. I want this on my studio wall. You can read much much more on the Coach.Me blog One Studio: Differently I love this French studio’s style so much. the fluidity and simplicity being able to see the essence of […]

#64 – F**ks, Money and Happiness

One Cartoon: Average Manager vs Great Manager So simple yet wonderfully illustration on what a great manager does, I’m fortunate enough to seen a few in my career. I’m not saying it’s an easy job at all, I just think it’s really important to know the difference. Creating a Happy Office People matters, especially relationships between […]