How Adam McKay used the “Never Say No” negotiation principle to get what he wanted on SNL.
A lot of “knowledge” what we’ve gotten comfortable with relative to social interaction — learning styles, brainstorming, authenticity, nonverbal communication, to name a few — is mostly myth-making passed on over time.
We can’t learn to do 6 things as well as we can understand the deeper lessons from someone’s immersive experience.
If all options aren’t actually options, does that mean we just give up and turn around?
Even after you create something that is wildly successful, there’s still opportunity to improve.
Inside the New York Times, a struggle between fresh thinking and traditional approaches to the news business in a continuously unsure information age. Thoughts on the recent WIRED cover story.
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