#2 Making it foolproof
One with unsolicited advice
Sharing this week’s curation of ideas & tools. I hope it helps you to learn a thing or two to make your life easier & work more fulfilling.
Kevin Kelly shared 99 Additional Bits of Unsolicited Advice last month. You might remember him from a 1000 true fans. His advice are insightful inputs simplified for easy consumptions. Having a curious mind is a phenomenal strength. Add to it strong observation skills, and you can find knowledge in almost anything around you. Kevin’s work is an inspiring example of what you can achieve with both of these together.
Hemingway editor: is an easy to use editor for your writing needs. Its web version is available for free. It helps unearth innumerable gaps in your writing. Give it a shot to check the readability of your work. It will surprise you. I was! By the way, this post scored
"Grade 5 Good".
Poka-yoke - Japanese & german seem to have a simple name for almost everything. Poka-yoke sounds respectful than ‘foolproof’ or ‘idiotproof’ when it comes to creating anything. Should we start using it?
Some random goodness from the internet:
Twitter: Funny yet useful take on User stories with ShitUserStory,
Twitter: Simple yet actionable marketing & copywriting tips with Harry’s marketing example
Instagram: Creative public tile mosaic with ememem.flacking
Newsletter:Finshots for short, well-researched take on current news from the finance & business