The past few weeks have been full of ✨unexpectedness✨, as life sometimes is. My public Roam project has been plodding along at a very slow, very daily pace. I’m coming to accept that anything I truly do daily is going to appear to the naked eye to be snail-like in its progress.
But I do have a few updates that might be relevant to your interests.
“Build yourself a discipline of being disappointing to others—especially yourself.” —David Whyte
I’m still thinking about how to make my public Roam project more in the vein of “networked thought” than it is currently. My intention for the project is that it becomes a way to connect with CEOs and growth-oriented leaders at people-first companies, and so I’ve been hesitant to update it with things that are not particularly relevant to those topics. (Although I have gone on several side rambles. I apparently can’t help myself.) I have a hunch, though, that my side rambles are not only relevant, but central to how I think creatively about how to approach growth in a people-first way. Maybe by not including the whole picture of the things I’m exploring, I’m limiting what is possible there. But I do want to put constraints on myself so it stays focused and doesn’t become overwhelming. I don’t know.
That’s it for this week! Thanks for being here.