A list of the articles that I found interesting this week.
Because asking questions requires a certain amount of vulnerability, corporate cultures must shift to promote this behavior.Relearning the Art of Asking Questions
The Dance is where you exclude all those elements that take the eye away from the subject while including those that tell the story.Issue With Wides
Importantly, I believe I am the one who holds the correct liberal position on these topics, and that mainstream is simply wrong. I think they hold these incorrect positions due mostly to intellectual and moral cowardice, which desperately needs to end.Three Places I Break From Liberals
Successful entrepreneurs achieve hero status in our culture. We idolize the Mark Zuckerbergs and the Elon Musks. And we celebrate the blazingly fast growth of the Inc. 500 companies. But many of those entrepreneurs, like Smith, harbor secret demons: Before they made it big, they struggled through moments of near-debilitating anxiety and despair–times when it seemed everything might crumble.The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship
Baked Egg Breakfast Pizza is easy (and mess-free) on a whole other level.Easy Breakfast Pizza to Kick Off the Weekend
Surely, this is what home looks like: a little house perfectly located along a river, on a private shore. No neighbors. No wires or hoses in the background. No obstructions of a beautiful view. An idyllic plot of land — completely accessible, totally affordable. A piece of the earth, just for us. Right?One Landscape Does Not Fit All
Mischa Rozema and PostPanic Pictures' debut film project SUNDAYS completes a first step towards its Feature Film goal with the release of this ambitious proof-of-concept short. Much-anticipated and widely-supported by the international creative community (over 50K US Dollars was donated on Kickstarter alone for the live action filming part in Mexico City), SUNDAYS is directed by Mischa Rozema.
Set in Mexico City sometime in the future and starring US actor Brian Petsos and Mexican actress Sofia Sisniega, SUNDAYS is an ambitious philosophical science-fiction proof-of-concept short.
The end of the world seems like a nightmare to Ben. A memory of a past life that doesn’t belong to him. When Ben starts to remember Isabelle, the only love he’s ever known, he realises she’s missing in his life. An existential descent into confusion and the desperate need to find out the truth begins. This reality depicts a stunning, surprising and dark world. A world that is clearly not his.
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