Don’t you ever wonder; where would I go next?
I’m sure it’s been an on-going conversation at many dinner tables after Brexit
and the elections in Europe. Most times you’ll hear people raving about the Scandics ‘cuz they’re in all sorts of top 3 lists from education to quality of life to embracing blockchain
Personally I became a fan of Estonia
. The only country in the world to offer e-residency and to adopt online voting. Sure, it’s bit close to Russia, but so is Sweden. No, there’s no Hollywood, but they do have a brand guide
for sharing Estonia with the world hahaha.
What else? Well, Tim (not Cook, the other one) speaks
about making the web more solid
. To quote the Turing award winner; “You can make the walled garden very very sweet, but the jungle outside is always more appealing in the long term.”
Think about that when you’re joining a startup
or when you start your own. Maybe you could first start practicing online with this dystopian business-simulator called The Founder
. Gives you great insight into the thrills of being a startup founder hahaha.
Although I’m not a founder, I did share some of my own “co-founder insights” in this interview with 99u
and the inbox talks
from Revue. (yes, the tool I’m using to email you, that I became addicted slash excited about and ended up investing in).
How did I get from Estonia, to promoting my own shit again? I guess I’m being too nice. I learned the hard way that there’s more value in being real with people over being nice
. This video
says it all. Or to quote Damian
; “You can fill the canals with nice people”
And you? If you made it this far, I want to thank you again for reading the whole shebang by sending you elsewhere to celebrate with music from either WWFM
. Both have new apps.