I See You

In his podcast, Akimbo, Seth Godin teaches us how to adopt a posture of possibility, change the culture, and choose to make a difference. Here are my takeaways from the episode. Industrialism has brought manufacturing systems that can make things better, faster, and cheaper. Those systems have made things that are good enough and at […]

Simple Classification Model for Glass Type Using R

Template Credit: Adapted from a template made available by Dr. Jason Brownlee of Machine Learning Mastery. https://machinelearningmastery.com/standard-machine-learning-datasets/. Dataset Used: Glass Identification Data Set Data Set ML Model: Classification with real number attributes Dataset Reference: https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Glass+Identification For more information on this case study project and performance benchmarks, please consult: https://www.kaggle.com/uciml/glass The glass identification dataset involves predicting […]

你的廚房桌子

(從我的一個喜歡與尊敬的作家,賽斯 高汀) 你打開家門,一個吸塵器售貨員走進來,在你的客廳裡倒下了一袋垃圾。 或者,一個鄰居偷偷的從後門溜進來,用刀像鑿子在你廚房的桌子上弄的亂七八糟。 或者,通過窗戶,有人開始在你的書架上灑化學藥劑…… 你為什麼要讓這些人進入你的房子呢? 您的筆記本電腦和手機也是同樣的道理。 您閱讀的評論以及突發新聞和文本都是直接進入您居住做事的地方。 如果他們不能讓你的生活或事業做得更好,為什麼您要讓他們進入你的生活圈子? 你不需要自己去做這種無聊透頂的事,您也不需要讓別人去做給你看。

Planning the Work

In the book, Bare Bone Project Management: What you can’t not do, Bob Lewis explains the seven must-have elements for any project to have a chance of succeeding. Here are my takeaways on the topic discussed in the book. When it comes to figuring out the project plan, Bob has the following recommendations. First, break […]

Status Roles

In his podcast, Akimbo, Seth Godin teaches us how to adopt a posture of possibility, change the culture, and choose to make a difference. Here are my takeaways from the episode. Why does a business card even matter? Status roles matter, especially in the human societies. Tribes demand status roles, a form of governance. Capitalism […]

低調與緩慢(比照恐懼)

(從我的一個喜歡與尊敬的作家,賽斯 高汀) 我烤的酸麵團黑麥麵包沒成功。 這是我從開始學烘焙起第一次的沒有奏效。 我知道是為什麼。 因為我倉促行事。 我沒有讓麵團有足夠長的時間來發酵。 然後我把烤箱開得非常熱,只是想為了讓麵包早些烤熟,然後我可以放手去做別的事。 這種做法實在烤不出好的麵包。麵包好的是自然好,而不是當你要好就會好。 當然,這個比喻是顯而易見的。 我們作為一個創造者,領導者以及尋求改變的人所做的大部分工作,都需要發酵的時間,創造品格和緊張感以及影響力。 如果我們只會倉促行事,我們其實不會得到任何價值。 換另一方面來說。 有時候,我們會錯誤地認為我們需要花時間去建築大業,但我們實際上在做的是躲躲藏藏。 我們拖延,離題,甚至造成分心,那並不是因為工作需要我們這麼做,而是因為我們害怕去呈現我們做出的結果。 如果它讓我們跳過我們的恐懼,那麼切望可能是一種美德。

Project Staffing

In the book, Bare Bone Project Management: What you can’t not do, Bob Lewis explains the seven must-have elements for any project to have a chance of succeeding. Here are my takeaways on the topic discussed in the book. When it comes to project staffing, I like Bob’s advice. Bob talks about the “we” vs. […]