On judges and judgement

We are judged for our judgement. We can't avoid being judged. We can avoid judging, but not using our judgement. And if we could, at which cost? What defines our identity more than our judgement? What sums up better our values and experience than our judgement? Let's be accountable for (good) judgement.

Writing is organized thinking on behalf of persuasion

"Writing is organized thinking on behalf of persuasion" reads a line in a Seth Godin blog post. Simple, elegant, thoughtful definition.  But where is the art in that? Neither organized or rational are good appellatives of any artistic endeavor. Persuasive? Perhaps; actually, certainly. Art is, above all, persuasion. It pushes us to see things though … Continue reading Writing is organized thinking on behalf of persuasion

Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately?

This post was inspired by Seth Godin's "It’s all horizontal (and books went first)". Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately? How much of your reputation have you committed? How have you changed the mind of others? How have you challenged the status quo? How have you changed your own mind? How have … Continue reading Which ideas have you cared enough to spread lately?