Super Cities №281—Why Writing is our Civic Duty
In a functional society, this conversation would be unpleasant, uncomfortable, and unsparing. It would force us to face some ugly truths about ourselves, our leaders, and our institutions.
Super Cities №275—The Science of Feedback
We can live in a parallel universe of our making – largely online, where we can selectively hear, believe, and repeat – or we can live in the real world. But we cannot do both.
Super Cities №270—Why We Should Nap
What if the best way to boost productivity — individual and collective — is to relearn something every child knows. Naps are the best.
Super Cities №245—Deming's Fourteen Points on Productivity
Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything
Super Cities №238—Firefights and Friendships
As Mattis says, if you’re taking on the world, bring your allies. You will need them.
Super Cities №235—When The Mission of Business Pivots
Free enterprise is the most powerful way to increase peace and prosperity. But only when its North Star goal is more imaginative than serving a single constituency.
Super Cities №234—How Eisenhower Made Decisions
So everything begins with elimination. Start with the poison.
Super Cities №229—Atlanta's Pajama Empire
The real secret to growing an empire? Turn would-be competitors into mega buyers and distributors.
Super Cities №224—From Fox's Mouth to the President's Ears
As allies and adversaries have learned, Fox and Friends is the best way to influence the 45th president of the United States.
Super Cities №210— The Man Behind American Productivity
Before there was Tim Ferriss, there was Frederick Winslow Taylor.