Thursday, February 1, 2018

Innovations or money-making?

Different companies are oriented on 2 different options:

  • Innovations (e. g. Google)
  • Money making (e. g. retail, investment banking etc)

Company oriented on innovations tries to solve 2 problems:

  • How to make customer happy
  • How to make employee happy.
Generally, innovation company makes everyone happy.
Opposite, money-making  company solve 2 different problems:
  • How to make more money out of customer
  • How to make employee work more for less money
Most companies today are oriented on money-making. That is not cool.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Looking for treasures

We don't need to look for treasure. We need to learn how to see the treasure.
After years, often we realize that treasures were all around us in the past. Bu we did not see them. Or we didn't want to see them.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

What matters?

It is absolutely not important how big or small the result you want to achieve, or the problem you want to solve. Why? Just to remind: according to statistics, 100% of people die. No result matters. No size matters. Result is one for everyone: death. Only process matters.
Thus, our task is just to find way in which process will bring pleasure. I don't know the 100% formula for resolving problems with pleasure. But certain components could be:
  • Like-minded people. It is easier to fight against enemy, if another people also suffered from the same enemy. I. e. you are not alone.
  • what else?

New movie style?

As an experiment, it would be interesting to create/watch movie in following style:
The screen will be divided into different parts according to cameras positions. Simultaneously, we can see movement of hero for example in profile and full face.

Saturday, November 25, 2017


In 2007, Nokia was quoted as saying about Android: "we don't see this as a threat".

Friday, November 17, 2017

Principles of time management:

  1. Concentration. Non-interrupted work on the problem increases efficiency thanks to accumulated information about the problem in the brain cache (temporary) memory. Interruption makes it difficult to come back to the problem solution next time.
  2. To be continued

Monday, September 25, 2017